Are toned (or b/w) images allowed in our Editorial collection?

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guenterguni
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Posted Sat May 28, 2011 5:23PM

I do have a question: because I have prepared quite a number of my Editorial pics for an exhibition here in Austria in a toned/sepia colour it would be great if I can use them also for our Editorial collection here at iStock ... but - is this allowed?


Here is a sample:


BTCR10_2011_sep_SMALL


 


Here is the orignal:


BTCR10_2011_editorial_SMALL


 


Or ... if toned images are not allowed ... are at least black/white images allowed?


BTCR10_2011_sw_SMALL


 


Thanks for giving me an idea ... before I start uploading 30 pics like the above sample and getting all rejected because of not acceptable colour-changes ...
CribbVisuals
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Posted Sat May 28, 2011 5:33PM

I have b/w monochrome accepted.  The example above looks good in colour too.


file_thumbview_approve 

(Edited on 2011-05-28 17:34:39 by aquaspects)
guenterguni
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Posted Sat May 28, 2011 5:44PM
thanks for your reply ... ok, I found out that there are already serveral b/w Editorials... but my main choice would be that ones which are Sepia toned... maybe somebody knows something about this option too ...

(Edited on 2011-05-28 18:05:57 by guenterguni)
blackwaterimages
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Posted Sat May 28, 2011 9:20PM
This question that I asked might be helpful to you. 
kelvinjay
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Posted Mon May 30, 2011 11:33AM
My guess would be that the very heavy vignette applied in post editing, would be a potential issue.

(Edited on 2011-05-30 11:33:35 by kelvinjay)
guenterguni
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Posted Mon May 30, 2011 11:36AM
Posted By kelvinjay:
My guess would be that the very heavy vignette applied in post editing, would be a potential issue.

(Edited on 2011-05-30 11:33:35 by kelvinjay)

thats for sure right, this was only the post editing I did for the files which are used for the print outs for my exhibition... my main question was the sepia toning... but anyway, I will try it with one, two pics than I will see. Thanks to all for your opinons.
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