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bydlo2 says

Hi, one question to the Photodune staff to get things straight:

Property release for public historical monuments …... Yes or No?

A.

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contrastblack Staff says

Hi, one question to the Photodune staff to get things straight:

Property release for public historical monuments …... Yes or No?

A.

Hi bydlo2,

unfortunately due to the nature of the question, there isn’t a single “Yes or no” answer. It differs from country to country. Also, usually even within the same country there can be singular cases in which a monument, as opposed to others, does grant you the right of shooting it without a PR.

What I can recommend is that you document yourself on the specific monuments you intend to shoot, and should you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to open a ticket with support under http://support.envato.com

Kind regards, CB.

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bydlo2 says

You rejected pictures of that monument because of missing PR!

https://www.mostphotos.com/4377548/sovjet-war-memorial

So you tell us that this monument needs a PR??

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bydlo2 says

Do your reviewers play “rejection-roulette”??

This accepted: http://photodune.net/item/sovjet-war-memorial/3848176?WT.ac=portfolio&WT.seg_1=portfolio&WT.z_author=bydlo2

This not accepted because of missing PR :

https://www.mostphotos.com/4377455/sovjet-war-memorial

How can 2 images of the same object treated different because of PR????

Its absurd again! If you shoot the monument with 85mm lens you need a PR and if you shoot with 50mm you dont??

If you use a canon you dont need a PR and if you use a Nikon you need one??

If a cloud passes by in the background you need a PR and if the sky is pure blue you dont need a PR??

So what is the reason that you accepted more than 5 images and rejected some others of the same object??

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sergeysam says

Hello bydlo2,

If you have any questions regarding the decisions made by the Review team, please use our support system as the most appropriate channel of communication. Thank you.

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