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I understand that when submitting stock if it is a recognizable monument or building a release is needed.  I have several pictures from Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National park of scenery and animals and am wondering would these types of photos also require a release?

It will depend on the image and what is in it. You can review our known image restrictions which includes some national parks at this link: Known image restrictions

With the animals be sure to avoid using the keyword "Zoo" as that will imply the animal is private property and would require a release.

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I understand that when submitting stock if it is a recognizable monument or building a release is needed.  I have several pictures from Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National park of scenery and animals and am wondering would these types of photos also require a release?

It will depend on the image and what is in it. You can review our known image restrictions which includes some national parks at this link: Known image restrictions

With the animals be sure to avoid using the keyword "Zoo" as that will imply the animal is private property and would require a release.

-Mat

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It will depend on the image and what is in it. You can review our known image restrictions which includes some national parks at this link: Known image restrictions

With the animals be sure to avoid using the keyword "Zoo" as that will imply the animal is private property and would require a release.

-Mat

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I have submitted some photos of animals in a zoo, with the word "zoo" among the keywords in all of them, but some of them were accepted, other ones were rejected for intellectual violation. Why this different opinion?

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If the image appears to have been taken at a zoo and you have used the keyword zoo, it should have been rejected unless you have provided a property release signed by the zoo.

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As I wrote above, images almost identical had a different judgment. For all these images the word "zoo" was present and all the images appeared to have been taken at a zoo, but some of them were rejected and some were accepted. In my opinion the reason is that the ispector that examined the photos was different. Do you agree?

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