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Hi,

I’ve used a kaleidoscope filter to modify a few of my photos and submitted them to QC. Some are going through but others are rejected. The reason given for  rejection  is along the lines of you can’t call a photo editorial and add something which alters it (the filter?) . If you want to be creative ie use a filter you need to submit as commercial but then you’d need a release from the property owner but only if the property is still recognisable despite the effect of the filter,

 

Can anyone help me out with the rules on this?

 

Thanks

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7 hours ago, ACC said:

Some are going through but others are rejected. The reason given for  rejection  is along the lines of you can’t call a photo editorial and add something which alters it (the filter?) . If you want to be creative ie use a filter you need to submit as commercial but then you’d need a release from the property owner but only if the property is still recognisable despite the effect of the filter,

 

Can anyone help me out with the rules on this?

 

 

 

Never heard that before for editorial. You shouldn't alter news pictures but editorial is different. Can you post the exact reason given for failure rather than along the lines of and maybe a pic or two that have failed. By the way, this post should really be in the quality control section. 

 

 

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