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jon11
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Posted Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:50AM
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rejected for:

This photograph appears to have been produced at a location or venue where photographic rights are protected, therefore not permitted for any royalty-free use, including editorial. A property release must be obtained and submitted along with the image. Thanks for your understanding.

many other agency use this image and bnever complained.


Actually if i search in istock for images with the keyword: " motor,show", there come out a lot of results, at least 1600 and many taken during different motorshow. Do you want me believe these guys has property release from the organizer of the even


And this is one of the many strange rejection. Maybe non exclusive photographer are treated differently.


i have many images car related that are taken during car event this year, but at this point i don't know if i have to upload.

(Edited on 2012-12-16 11:23:31 by kelvinjay)
sjlocke
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Posted Sun Dec 16, 2012 11:27AM
Did you have a question?

As the note says : "This photograph appears to have been produced at a location or venue where photographic rights are protected, therefore not permitted for any royalty-free use, including editorial. A property release must be obtained and submitted along with the image."
kelvinjay
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Posted Sun Dec 16, 2012 11:28AM

Posted By jon11:
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tp://i.istockimg.com/file_thumbview_approve/22561378/2/stock-photo-22561378-zero-emiccion-auto.jpghttp://i.istockimg.com/file_thumbview_approve/22561378/2/stock-photo-22561378-zero-emiccion-auto.jpgstock-photo-22561378-zero-emiccion-auto


rejected for:

This photograph appears to have been produced at a location or venue where photographic rights are protected, therefore not permitted for any royalty-free use, including editorial. A property release must be obtained and submitted along with the image. Thanks for your understanding.

many other agency use this image and bnever complained.


Actually if i search in istock for images with the keyword: " motor,show", there come out a lot of results, at least 1600 and many taken during different motorshow. Do you want me believe these guys has property release from the organizer of the even:)


And this is one of the many strange rejection. Maybe non exclusive photographer are treated differently.:)


i have many images car related that are taken during car event this year, but at this point i don't know if i have to upload.

(Edited on 2012-12-16 11:23:31 by kelvinjay)



Hi,

The only place to discuss iStock rejections is in the Critique Request forum, so I've moved it from the Discussion forum.

If you believe that your file has been rejected in error and that it should have been accepted, please open a Scout ticket by clicking on this link: http://www.istockphoto.com/contact_ticket.php

As for what any other agency may accept, frankly that doesn't mean anything here.

iStock makes its own rules.

And regarding any other images in the collection, some may have been accepted in error, some may have been accepted when the standards were different and often lower in the past. There are regular checks made to accepted content to see what may pose any liability.

If you'd like a critique, to learn more about iStock's standards, I'll leave this open, if not, we can close it for you.

If you would like a critique, please read this thread:

> PLEASE take 5 minutes to READ THIS FIRST before starting your first Critique thread <

(Edited on 2012-12-16 11:30:50 by kelvinjay)
jon11
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Posted Sun Dec 16, 2012 11:58AM
dont understand what's the point. i f a photo is not correct from a content point, is so even if accepted 3 years ago. so why leaving some photos, who can create problems and conflict, and refuse the new photos?
kelvinjay
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Posted Sun Dec 16, 2012 12:02PM

Posted By jon11:
dont understand what's the point. i f a photo is not correct from a content point, is so even if accepted 3 years ago. so why leaving some photos, who can create problems and conflict, and refuse the new photos?


Well, obviously the new uploads are rejected as they don't meet current standards and with more than 10 million files, it can take a while to remove any legacy files that may prove to be a liability.

Anyway - looks like the thread here isn't going to serve any wider purpose, but please feel free to post in this forum before you upload any files that you have doubts about in future.

(Edited on 2012-12-16 12:03:00 by kelvinjay)
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