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« on: December 21, 2016, 15:39 »
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Hello,
It's first time for me to submit editorial vector.
I have read the rules. and I thought it's simple as usual, but my editorial vector is rejected for 3 times now :(
My vector is collection of social icons (facebook , twitter, linkedin, googlePlus , etc. )

First  Time :
Editorial Vector / Illustration Requirements -- Image does not meet our requirements for editorial vector/illustration submissions.
Intellectual Property -- Image potentially infringes on another party€™s intellectual property rights (e.g., someone else€™s artwork is visible in the image or an object's design is protected by copyright).

* this time i reviewd  the editorial submission  rules sand I  found out that I forgot to add illustrative editorial in  the keywordds

Second Time :
Intellectual Property -- Image potentially infringes on another party€™s intellectual property rights (e.g., someone else€™s artwork is visible in the image or an object's design is protected by copyright).
* I really not sure what was the wrong , but I decided to  re-submit it with very carful

Third Time :
Non-Licensable Content -- Due to legal compliance restrictions, we cannot license this content in our collection.
* I really don't understand what is that . I've searched about this rejection reason but I didn't find anything !

Please  advice


« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2016, 15:44 »
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Whatever the subject is, SS clearly doesn't think it is legal to license it.  They may be overly conservative, but that is their right - their game, their rules.  My advice is to give up and do vectors on another subject.  Good luck!

« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2016, 15:48 »
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did you tick the editorial box when submitting the vector?

« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2016, 16:14 »
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To me, all 3 reasons are the same, just different wording.

« Reply #4 on: December 21, 2016, 16:20 »
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did you tick the editorial box when submitting the vector?

Yes I  did .

Whatever the subject is, SS clearly doesn't think it is legal to license it.  They may be overly conservative, but that is their right - their game, their rules.  My advice is to give up and do vectors on another subject.  Good luck!

this is really bad :(
It was  good one

Thanks anyway

« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2016, 16:25 »
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there are a million of these photos and vectors on ss why should they reject this one?

« Reply #6 on: December 21, 2016, 16:36 »
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there are a million of these photos and vectors on ss why should they reject this one?

This is what I wish to  know.
I am new with Editorial . I wish to know what is the wrong I did

alno

« Reply #7 on: December 21, 2016, 16:47 »
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Hello,
It's first time for me to submit editorial vector.
I have read the rules. and I thought it's simple as usual, but my editorial vector is rejected for 3 times now :(
My vector is collection of social icons (facebook , twitter, linkedin, googlePlus , etc. )

First  Time :
Editorial Vector / Illustration Requirements -- Image does not meet our requirements for editorial vector/illustration submissions.
Intellectual Property -- Image potentially infringes on another party’s intellectual property rights (e.g., someone else’s artwork is visible in the image or an object's design is protected by copyright).

* this time i reviewd  the editorial submission  rules sand I  found out that I forgot to add illustrative editorial in  the keywordds

Second Time :
Intellectual Property -- Image potentially infringes on another party’s intellectual property rights (e.g., someone else’s artwork is visible in the image or an object's design is protected by copyright).
* I really not sure what was the wrong , but I decided to  re-submit it with very carful

Third Time :
Non-Licensable Content -- Due to legal compliance restrictions, we cannot license this content in our collection.
* I really don't understand what is that . I've searched about this rejection reason but I didn't find anything !

Please  advice

They will unlikely accept this kind of content.
It's funny that Shutterstock is accepting editorial videos of some brand logos like sign boards and rejecting photos of them. Try uploading them to Dreamstime, Depositphotos and 123rf instead.

« Reply #8 on: December 21, 2016, 16:51 »
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They will unlikely accept this kind of content.
It's funny that Shutterstock is accepting editorial videos of some brand logos like sign boards and rejecting photos of them. Try uploading them to Dreamstime, Depositphotos and 123rf instead.

Yes , Dreamstime accepted it.
https://www.dreamstime.com/editorial-stock-photo-new-year-social-media-icons-illustration-vector-eps-alexandria-egypt-december-image82737198

but in fact SS is my best selling agency

But why you say that SS rejecting this kind of photos ?
I see thousands of social icons logos on SS !

alno

« Reply #9 on: December 21, 2016, 17:06 »
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They will unlikely accept this kind of content.
It's funny that Shutterstock is accepting editorial videos of some brand logos like sign boards and rejecting photos of them. Try uploading them to Dreamstime, Depositphotos and 123rf instead.

Yes , Dreamstime accepted it.
https://www.dreamstime.com/editorial-stock-photo-new-year-social-media-icons-illustration-vector-eps-alexandria-egypt-december-image82737198

but in fact SS is my best selling agency

But why you say that SS rejecting this kind of photos ?
I see thousands of social icons logos on SS !

We tried to upload some editorial photos of brands, they all were rejected with the third reason mentioned by you. I don't know exact reason. Some increased legal issues probably. You might be seeing some old ones.


« Reply #11 on: December 22, 2016, 02:05 »
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SS no longer accept printed and scanned logos, any kind of logos in vector.
Whatever can be protected by copyright - vector coca-cola shape, vector polaroid and so on


« Reply #13 on: December 22, 2016, 02:20 »
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ill let you ask them

i thought the illustrative editorial category they launched a few years back was exactly for that stuff

probably because creating a vector from a scan is the act of actually copying a logo, a photo of a logo is not that


« Reply #14 on: December 22, 2016, 02:39 »
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I found out something may be I did wrong .

As mentioned in Shutterstock Editorial Guide
Finally, illustrative editorial images should include the keyword illustrative editorial. This will help customers locate these types of images.

I submitted illustrative editorial as one keyword.

I think it was wrong , and they are 2 keywords.

I tried submitting again after fixing this , and lets see :)

« Reply #15 on: December 22, 2016, 12:33 »
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Check this article
http://www.shutterstock.com/blog/submitting-editorial-content-part-1-illustrative-editorial

Isolated Brand Names or Logos

We no longer accept photographs that isolate a brand name or logo. (For example: an extremely tight shot of a logo on a product, an isolated logo printed on a paper, etc.)

« Reply #16 on: September 01, 2018, 07:28 »
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this is no different from what he does

https://www.shutterstock.com/pic-535901248/stock-photo-kiev-ukraine-december-10-2016-collection-of-different-popular-social-media-icons-printed-on-white-paper-facebook-instagram-linkedin-pinterest-twitter-youtube.html [nofollow]

According the new policy SS should delete it. You can ask SS support

They do not accept logos exept social media like in this image. Ypu can use sosial media logos in your design.


 

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