1. How can I pay?
Answer: We do accept payments via PayPal®. You can use Visa®, Mastercard®, Amex® or PayPal® balance. There is no other way to pay at this moment. We are sorry.
2. Photo/Image Sizes and Watermarks
Answer: Each photo size is provided under image preview (for example: 4300x3000px) DPI size: 72 (DPI Native from Camera or Photoshop). 99.5% of all photos has been takes by PRO full-frame digital cameras like Nikon® D700 or Nikon® D3. Other images has been made using Adobe Photoshop® Software. Watermark and *JPG compression artifacts are removed upon purchase. Actual colors are more vibrant.
We do not provide different image sizes. You can download only full size only. (usually native size coming from camera).
3. Why all photos and images only 72dpi ? 72dpi vs 300dpi
4. Vector Graphics Info
Our vector graphics has been saved as EPS - Adobe Encapsulated PostScript (Adobe Illustrator® 9), PDF Vector File or Corel Draw® 9 file (ZIPPED). Corel Draw® vectors may not work properly with Adobe Illustrator®. Please make sure you have an access to Corel® Software for any editing. EPS and PDF extensions usually works with vector software like: Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw®. In some cases part of EPS vector layers may not work with Corel® Software. All vector files works well with Adobe Illustrator both PC and MAC. You can also open each vector file using Photoshop® (no editing option) Using Photoshop® you can resize downloaded vector to any size with no loss of quality. For example vector graphics are most wanted files for large format printing like vinyl banners, billboards etc.
More About Vector Graphic
Vector Graphics - What They Are and How They Work Vector graphics (also known as object-oriented graphics) refers to the use of geometrical formulas to represent computer images. Vector images are created and displayed using geometrical primitives such as points, lines, curves, and polygons, and are often easier to create and more flexible than raster graphics (or bit maps, which are composed of a patterns of dots). The images created using vector graphics are often simpler and less detailed than those created with raster graphics, but their versatility means that they can be used effectively even by more primitive computer systems. Early video games such as the arcade classic /Asteroids/ used vector graphics to great effect, and the graphic technique is still used today to create convincing three dimensional graphics. The lines, shapes, and colors that make up vector graphics files are stored as mathematical formulas. These formulas are converted by a vector graphics program into the highest quality image possible for any given screen resolution. The program does this by determining the best possible location for all the pixels that make up a vector image. Vector formulas can produce images that can be scaled to any size without changing the size of the image file, meaning that the quality of the image is limited only by screen resolution. Even today, vector graphics have several advantages over raster graphics. The very fact that vector images can be resized and stretched make them far more flexible and versatile, and the file for a large vector image tends to require less memory than a file for a large bit map.
Vector graphics also look better on display devices of higher resolution, while bit maps always have the same quality despite the devices resolution. In other words, a high-definition display monitor will display a sharp vector image, while a low-resolution bit map will still appear /fuzzy/ and pixelated. Vector graphics are also routinely used for 3D modelling. Even the simplest vector graphics can use meshes of polygons to create geometric representations of landscapes with a convincing sense of scale and depth. These shapes can be smoothed out with more sophisticated graphics programs and smooth surface representation such as Bezier patches, NURBS, and Subdivision surfaces. Bit maps can also be used in combination of 3D vector graphics to add detail such as shading and texture to images. It should be noted, however, that most output devices such as display monitors, dot-matrix printers, and laser printers are raster devices. This means that all images must be converted into bit maps in order to be displayed regardless of how they were originally programmed.
The major difference between vector graphics and raster graphics in this regard is that vector graphics arent converted into bit maps until the last possible minute, after the image has been properly resized and set a the best possible resolution. This translates into vector images that can be printed out at any size and at any available resolution.
About PDF Vector Format: Vector graphics in PDF, as in PostScript, are constructed with paths. Paths are usually composed of lines and cubic Bézier curves, but can also be constructed from the outlines of text. Unlike PostScript, PDF does not allow a single path to mix text outlines with lines and curves. Paths can be stroked, filled, or used for clipping. Strokes and fills can use any color set in the graphics state, including patterns (by Wikipedia.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portable_Document_Format )
5. How to Purchase and Download Files?
First of all you have to decide to use Prepaid Deposit or Buy Now option. With Prepaid Deposit you pay only $0.25 for each full size image/photo, $0.50 for each vector file, $3.50 for each audio file and only $12.00 for HD Footage clip (each). Minimum Prepaid Amount is: $20.00. If you wish to buy only few files or even one file you can use Buy Now option. Buy Now option cost little bit more: $3.00 per photo/image file for example.
USING YOUR PREPAID DEPOSIT: Select [Use Your Deposit] > Select License Option > Click [CHECKOUT] > Confirm - Click [PROCEED] > Now you are forwarded to your account page > click purchased file > now you are back into the file preview page > Click green [DOWNLOAD] button > Downloading...
USING [BUY NOW] OPTION: Select license type > select [Buy Now] option > click[CHECKOUT] > You will see short order details > click [Pay Now] button > Forward to PayPal site > Pay for your file using Visa®, Mastercard®, Amex® or PayPal® balance > return to your account page > you will see purchased file > click your file preview > now you are back into the file preview page > Click green [DOWNLOAD] button > Downloading...
You can download purchased files any times you want. All purchased files are available in your account as small JPG, Audio or FLV Video previews.
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