Editorial License - what is this?


posted on 12th of september, 2013


As a newbie I'm a bit confused. This image has been transferred to Editorial license. What does this mean? Is it a good thing?
Thanks in advance for your answers and advice :)

Comments (3)

Posted by Cheese365 on September 15, 2013
Hi, Thanks for the comments. The property is a historical building which is open to the public including the gardens. It is also a private residence. I believe an editorial license is probably the safest.
Posted by Martingraf on September 14, 2013
hmm - I wonder why though - wouldn't think this is editorial because it looks like a historical building - is it perhaps because it is private owned and the photograph seems to be taking the photo on the property?
Posted by Nikon4004 on September 12, 2013
The building is probably copyrighted and would NOT be usable as RF unless you had a propery release form the owners/architect. As Editorial, you do not need a release as long as the image is for editorial or educational use such as news artical or textbook.



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