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Using photoshop to remove a logo

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Doubleclick7
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Message posted at 02/03/2013, 13:02:41 PM by Doubleclick7
Hi, I have some neat antiques that I could photograph, but I'm wondering about logos on the objects. Is it "OK," accepted, etc., to use photoshop to remove or hide a logo? I can do so expertly, but don't want to break any rules....
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Igordabari
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Message posted at 02/03/2013, 15:51:37 PM by Igordabari
It is quite "OK" and accepted, I always do this and there won't be violation of any rules.
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Doubleclick7
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Message posted at 02/04/2013, 07:51:47 AM by Doubleclick7
Thank you! I searched the message boards but didn't find this subject anywhere...
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Igordabari
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Message posted at 02/04/2013, 14:15:51 PM by Igordabari

Originally posted by Doubleclick7:
Quoted Message: Thank you! I searched the message boards but didn`t find this subject anywhere...


You are welcome and best of luck!
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Miraclemoments
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Message posted at 02/04/2013, 15:20:53 PM by Miraclemoments
I do it all the time. As soon as there are logos present you need to either upload as editorial or remove them in photoshop.

Good luck!!
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