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Kennedi Brown says
Yup. That's how its go.
The admin has the authority to do so. Different stock photo company will have different guideline. Find one that suit you.
If you have a camera which shoots RAW, always use that. Then you can adjust white balance later.
If you're having a a hard time with white balance use Lightroom 4. in the basic develop tab there is a white balance selector eye dropper. Just place it over a known white spot, black spot or 18% grey spot
Until you learn the basics like ISO and White Balance don't try to compete with professionals and experience amateurs in a competitive business environment. Learn how to become a photographer first and develop your artistic eye and camera skills.
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