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  1. My photo has been sold and a website has edited the photo. Isn't this against the rules? When I report this to the Shutterstock legal department. What is gonna happen? Also another website hasn't put up a copyright under the photo/on the website. What are Shutterstock actions against this?
  2. Does anyone know if it okay to use a purchased backdrop, which can be either a photograph or an illustration, in a photo shoot? I found this website http://backdropscanada.ca/that sells such backdrops. They have many categories and they claim to provide these backdrops for photographers. Are there any copyright issues, for example, are we allowed to use such backgrounds in creating stock photos? If you know the stock agency's policy on this, please include a link to the policy in your answer if possible. Thanks in advance for your advice.
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