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  1. Hi all, This is a very basic question and is probably covered in a forum elsewhere that I can’t find. I’m new to Shutterstock and I understand the difference between commercial and editorial images, but I was wondering whether commercial images could be used for editorial purposes? I understand that editorial images cannot be used for commercial purposes, but was wondering if the opposite was true for commercial ones. The reason I ask is that I’m focused on wildlife, landscape and nature photography, many of which would be suited to editorial requirements but also commercial. I’m uploading as commercial images - would this limit their potential usage by editorial clients? Thanks in advance for your help and sorry if this is a stupid question - only created an account yesterday so very new to the Shutterstock world!
  2. I thought this photo was fine; in focus, correctly exposed (OK composition mnnnya). Rejected "main subject not in focus". Now I really look, the front of the tram is in focus but the side is not. The focus point is way forward somewhere on the street cobbles. So, I am on a learning curve, which will make me a better photographer. If I make 25c on SS then great but, more importantly, I will end up taking better photographs of my grandchildren
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