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probably, but another thread suggested a possibility to me. If one were at say, an olde worldly heritage type event, should Live News images always be in colour? Of course B&W can be a post processing transformation strictly speaking not allowed, but it could also be something done in camera. I am anticipating that the answer is that they should always be in colour.

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They shouldn't be altered in any way. Corrected for exposure etc, but not changed from what would be seen as a factual image.

 

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3)  A true representation of what you saw
Nothing should be added, removed or altered (e.g. the image should not be lightened/darkened in a way that changes sunny clouds into thunderous clouds).

 

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6 hours ago, Avpics said:

They shouldn't be altered in any way. Corrected for exposure etc, but not changed from what would be seen as a factual image.

 

 

 

I think B&W would be acceptable. Many old news images were B&W only and nothing in the image is being edited to change content. It would be unusual though.

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Hello Sally, interesting question. I would have to agree with Coliblimp that the purchaser if needed could change it to B&W.

I personally always use colour, very rarely have I seen B&W in present News Reportage.

Cheers

Gerry

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4 minutes ago, Julie Edwards said:

Live news normally reject monochrome images in live news

Ok, thanks. I knew it was a daft question.

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