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    G'day team!

    I had a cheeky question regarding motive as I took an image id like to try get up from a recent aviation event (im sure we all know the pain at airshows and open days when you get unavoidably photo bombed),

    Hence.. I was wondering what the rules were around blurring faces? I saw that in the guidelines it was okay to do so with car number plates to avoid a motive rejection but wasn't sure if we could also apply this to people in our shot?

    Probably an obvious 'no' answer to the question but thought I may aswell test the waters and ask anyway,

    Cheers and Kindest Regards,
    JW

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    Backtracking on my original post I found another image of the aircraft and got it accepted (many thanks screening team) but still interested to know the answer to this one for future!

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    • #3
      Blurring faces is not allowed, but we tend to show some leniancy for bystanders at the airshows, since ......they are simply there.

      Sotos
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photographer/29739

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      • #4
        Awesome, thanks so much for the info!
        JW

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