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This photo was rejected for submission, and according to the reviewer, "In order for this image to be reviewed correctly, resubmit it designated as editorial." It would have been helpful if the reason why was included.The only thing it could be is a private property release is needed due to it being "Content featuring unique building exteriors". Really? One square foot of a wall and half of a light fixture makes this "unique"? And the reviewer certainly can't be considering the wild frog as a "unique pet". This is my home - I'm the owner. So, before I go to my neighbor and have him sign my own property release as a witness, I just want to see if I'm missing something. Like I said, the reviewer didn't furnish the reason, although I believe this to be "by the book" application of the building exterior clause of the property release rule. Incidentally, this brings up another issue. If I'm inside my home, or inside anywhere for that matter, and I take a picture of a flower against a wall backdrop, and I'm talking maybe four square feet of beige painted drywall, do I need a property release for "Building interiors"? I mean, if we're following the rules to the letter.... (all info from http://www.shutterstock.com/blog/contributor-resources/legal/stock-image-releases/) Thanks, bw