Will iStock accept such file?

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jluizmail
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Posted Wed Feb 20, 2013 5:25AM

Just like many of your cameras, mine is able to create a RAW file after combining two other files of the same nature.  That is the way I found to create a picture that I would otherwise not be able to do in one single shot.


My question is:  Will iStockphoto consider this as a valid file for submission? Or would it be anywhere beyond the rules of photography in the company's point of view?
cmannphoto
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Posted Wed Feb 20, 2013 5:32AM

As long as the file meets the image standards set by IS, it does not matter how many images are combined.


The best thing is to post a samlpe in the Critique Requests , just READ THIS FIRST
kelvinjay
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Posted Wed Feb 20, 2013 6:35AM

Posted By cmannphoto:

As long as the file meets the image standards set by IS, it does not matter how many images are combined.


The best thing is to post a samlpe in the Critique Requests , just READ THIS FIRST


Exactly.

The only other point to really note is that the editing guidelines for Editorial use only images may prohibit any editing, in camera or in post processing, that may be regarded as significantly altering a scene from how it really appeared.
jluizmail
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Posted Wed Feb 20, 2013 6:52PM

Thank you for your honest answers cmannphoto and kelvinjay.  I will take those pieces of advice into account.


You have also made my interest arise for the Critique Requests.  I will also use that.
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