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Just starting here, and I would like some input/feedback to understand the reason for this rejection due to IP.
From the other posts I've read, I am thinking it could be due to the "fire extinguisher" signage.
The bike is pretty standard design and indistinguishable so i am not thinking this is an issue.
Would this be correct? and is there anything else here that would trigger the IP rejection.
Thank you in advance for your feedback.
I would say that it is the building itself. I'm sure it would require a release.
Hi @D5C08 ,
The IP is for the building. There is a L5 that should be removed. Also the TH. I would also remove those signs below the L5.and the sign at the top although we cannot see what it says. But even if you do all this there is a lot of problem with this image.
There is noise/grain problem
Color fringing problem
And the light inside the building causes details to be lost.
Also I believe because we can all see the interior of the building, it would not be suitable for commercial purpose without IP release.
The building is not upright (lens problem). You needed to straighten same.
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A fire extinguisher sign is not protected by IP, except if it is a special creation. Other signage may be protected. Bikes normally have tons of logos sticking on every small element and a picture in the quality and resolution needed would probably make those logos visible.
As said by @ricky336 , the building itself (without sinage) is quite iconic, so it will probably need a property release and a model release.
As said by @jacquelingphoto2017 there are quality problems too. As of the perspective, you could discuss, if corrections are necessary. I do not think so, but if submiting an otherwise perfect image fails, you could try that and resubmit. Because of different other problems that need to be solved first, I would not invest here in much of you precious time.
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