When it comes to publishing a photo, many things are taken into account on whether or not a picture should/ is worthy of being published. Some pictures are easily determined that they are publishable, and others go through a process. For example the photos in the article “The War Photo No One Would Publish”, all of these are of varying degrees of graphic imagery; when dealing with this kind of image you first have to take into account if they can be used to relate to something, followed by determining who should see the image and where they should see it. With very graphic images such as the ones in the article many people may feel as it is not appropriate to publish them.
On the other hand, sometimes there are photos that don’t get publish for the no reason other than that the picture has nothing of significance to add, or that the picture itself just isn’t all that good.
This is a picture I took back in January of this year, and while the actual photo quality is decent, the image itself isn’t worthy of publishing. For one, to most people this picture wouldn’t be anything special as it gives very little context to what car it is, and where it is being shown. With out the combination of these it would be near impossible for most people to realize that this was taken at CES 2016, one of the largest tech conferences in the world, and that the car being shown is the new Acura NSX, a car that at the time was soon to enter production. So the reason left to use an image as such would be to support an article, and when it comes to using it for that application it would be very easy to find a much better photo to publish.