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Hi guys can somebody explain properly, the licensing available....sometimes is so convoluted. Recently I got a call from a media agency in town asking me to provide a MR for a model what came to their offices and start making noise. I asked them for the license as I had no clue who they are. The license was from SS but not for an media agency,instead was for a single person, and they license the photo to a government agency. I told them , hey you are a media agency with 20 employees , license that photo to the government, but you bought it as a a single user. That does not sound
I am new to shutterstock, my content has been rejected under editorial submission with the following reason which I am not aware of and I have seen similar photos accepted by shutterstock. I will be really be thankful if someone can explain the reason - "Non-Licensable Content -- Due to legal compliance restrictions" Attached both the images in low resolution for reference. 1) A royal guard at Windsor Castle 2) A view of the Windsor Castle Thanks, Arijeet
I don't understand! I have created a series of photographs of German bunkers in the Atlantic Wall. All these buildings are painted with graffiti. It is impossible to photograph these without graffiti. They are freely accessible, and the graffiti is actually vandalism! These photos are uploaded as editorial/editorial use only. What exactly is the problem? The paintings? The bunkers? Non-Licensable Content -- Due to legal compliance restrictions, we cannot license this content in our collection.