What is Editorial Photography?

Editorial images are usually meant to accompany text and can cover a wide range of subjects. Editorials are used to illustrate a story, article, text or an idea within the context of a magazine or to embellish a certain theme visually. It can be in any genre: photojournalism, fashion, portrait, sports, landscape, etc.”

“An image labeled as “Editorial is an image that cannot be used to advertise or promote a product or service. The people, objects or places in editorial images are not released. An editorial image can be used to illustrate newsworthy and current events.”

 

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