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Old 04-23-2020, 07:34 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by Joseph Cermak View Post
I've really never had any issue with cloudy photos, and always found that to be the most ridiculous rejection reason, especially with how randomly it seems to be applied. There's certainly good and bad photos taken in cloudy weather, but cloudy on it's own shouldn't be the killer in my opinion.
If a screener simply doesn't find a photo appealing, he needs a "reason" to reject it. So "cloudy" or "insufficient light on nose" or "backlit" come in handy for them!
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