When we approve a picture we choose if it belongs to the creative (examples above) or editorial (examples below) category. What do creative and editorial mean? The Creative category means that the photo can be sold for commercial uses as well, for example advertising. But which feature a creative image must have? It needs that in the frame there aren’t logos, trademarks, identifiable people (not in the case of a signed model release), identifiable historical monuments or private properties. When a good picture can not be validated for the creative category we accept it for the editorial. Editorial means that the photo can be used by publications like magazines, newspapers, etc., both printed and/or in digital edition. For example monuments, traveling, public events, news, social issue events images are all editorial. When taking a picture always ask yourself in which category would you accept your photos: creative or editorial?