Welcomia.com grants to User, and User accepts a non-exclusive, nontransferable, single-seat worldwide right to use those Images for which User has paid applicable fees, all in accordance with STANDARD or EXTENDED license terms.
REGULAR LICENSE (ROYALTY-FREE)
Standard license gives User the right to use an image or to create and use a Permitted Artwork for Unlimited Artworks, Unlimited Time & Unlimited Copies and only for the following purposes:
PRINTS: Flyers, Brochures, Door Hangers, Catalogs, Business Cards, Booklets, Calendars, Hand Tag, Advertising Postcards, Rack Cards, Tent Cards, Roll Labels, Stickers, Banners, Presentation Folders, Windows and Vehicles Decals, Product Packaging, Letterheads, and Other Advertising Purpose Print Materials in any size.
MEDIA APPLICATIONS: Books, Book Covers, Magazines, Newspapers, Newsletters, Editorials, Theatrical Displays, Broadcast, Advertising DVDs, Advertising Blue Ray Discs, Large Format LED Displays, CD, DVD or Blue Ray Video Presentations, Online Videos (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) in any size. ONLINE / ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS: Online Videos (YouTube, Vimeo etc.) up to 4K Size, Websites up to 2400x1600 px, Web Presentations up to 2400x1600 px, Web Banners up to 2400x1600 px.
WITH STANDARD LICENSE YOU MAY NOT: Resale Downloaded Photos, Vector Graphics, Audio Files or Footage Files or Redistribute Those Files (as free or paid) Thru Any Website, Physical Stores, etc. You May Not Store Files Using Online Storages, Files Sharing Websites or any other Physical or Virtual Servers. You may not share Welcomia Files. You’ve got only SINGLE-SEAT Right.
RESELLER LICENSE (ROYALTY-FREE)
Please contact support for more informations.
License for print. This license is available with Reseller License Monthly Subscription. Regular license + Use in Website Templates for Resale Purpose, Use in Presentation Templates for Resale Purpose, Use in Print Templates for your Customers (such as business cards template, vinyl banner templates, flyers, covers, etc.) You may print and resale t-shirts, cups, hats, posters, and other gadgets for unlimited times and with unlimited copies. You may resale any products with imprinted licensed images.
PLUS MULTI-SEATS RIGHTS (UP TO 10) WITHIN USERS ORGANIZATION
In order to license files, you need to register an account and prepaid the account. After confirmed purchase, you will see an available balance in your account wallet. Your wallet will be updated after each downloaded file. Just click the “Download” button under each file to download the files you need. Make sure the file you are downloading is the file you need. Undoing a downloaded file is not possible. Returns are permissible, but the procedure may take several days. For more information about licenses please visit Welcomia Licenses page.
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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 have been taken by PRO full-frame professional digital cameras like Nikon® D850 or Nikon® Z7. Other images have 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 full size only. (usually, native size coming from camera).
The resolution is measured in dots per inch (DPI). In the printing world, 300 DPI is commonly used to create sharp beautiful images at a specific size. The 72 DPI image is the standard format for web images, while 300 DPI is a common resolution for printing images. Three similar but different image measurements are important for printing images:
- DPI – The number of dots or pixels per inch, also known as image resolution.
- Pixel dimensions – the width and height of the image in pixels
- Document size – the width and height of the image in inches if printed out in full size.
A feature known as resampling is found on many types of photo editing software and it allows you to change the DPI, pixel dimensions, and document size of an image. By changing the resolution of a web image from 72 DPI to 300 DPI in the resampling window of your image editing software, the document size is automatically reduced in proportion. You should always pay attention to the pixel dimensions when considering whether an image can be printed at a desired resolution. A very large image can always be resampled to increase DPI while reducing document size. Resampling only works for reducing the document size. If the pixel dimensions and the document size are too small, then increasing the resolution (DPI) will only further decrease document size. To check the pixel resolution of an image on Internet Explorer or Firefox place the cursor over the image and then right-click the mouse.
Select "Properties," (Internet Explorer) or "View Image Info" (Firefox).
In order to determine whether an image file is right for printing, follow these steps:
- Determine the acceptable size ranges you desire for the printed image
- Check the DPI needed for printing. If you are having someone else print the images, ask what DPI they require. In most cases, it will be 300 DP
- If the image has less than the required DPI, try increasing to the desired DPI by resampling the image in your image editing application. See whether the reduced image still meets your document size requirements.
Our vector graphics have 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 access to Corel® Software for any editing. EPS and PDF extensions usually work with vector software like Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw®. In some cases, part of the EPS vector layers may not work with Corel® Software. All vector files work 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 the downloaded vector to any size with no loss of quality. 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’
Vector images are created by using points, lines, curves, and polygons, and are often easier to create and more flexible than raster graphics, which are composed of a pattern 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. Vector formulas can produce images that can be scaled to any size without changing the size of the image file, therefore the quality of the image is limited only by screen resolution. Be advised 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 are not converted into bit maps until the last possible minute after the image has been properly resized and set at the best possible resolution. This translates into vector images that can be printed out at any size and at any available resolution.
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- Your IP
- Your webserver
- Domain information
- The time and length of your visit
- The frequency of your visits
- The specific pages and file sizes that you view
- Your machines operating systematics
Welcomia.com does not collect information without your defined permission. In order for us to access facts such as your name, home address, or telephone number, you must manually fill out a provided form and submit it to our server. This submission grants us permission to use your information to send you newsletters, to gather your feedback, and for other related purposes. Our website implements browsing session cookies during your online visit for safety purposes. However, these cookies are terminated when you exit your browser, and personal information gathered by these cookies is not preserved for any further usage by our company. When you participate in our sites program as a buyer or vendor, your transaction histories are maintained by our server. These records are only used for research and development of our company. Although certain personal information (such as your name or your billing address) is necessary for the proper functioning of payment programs, this information is not withheld for other purposes. Our company cannot be held responsible for your actions on our bulletin boards, member profile pages, or chat rooms. The content that you post on these forums is entirely public and can be accessed by all other visitors to our website. Please use caution when utilizing these aspects of our program.
PART B - Memberships additional information may be garnered by users of the Members section of our website. This is primarily intended to provide members with exclusive services and promotions that might interest them. We also keep track of membership profiles for statistical purposes. Welcomia.com will never use your information for dishonest purposes. Our main goal when collecting your information is to improve our site so that it can better serve our guests. Your information might be used to:
- Contact you with news regarding our events
- Respond to your feedback or requests
- Regulate our websites network performance Improve our stock
We will never disclose your personal information to a third party without your explicit consent unless otherwise mandated by law.
E-mail communications with our site can be terminated by contacting our support staff. You may also request that we refrain from utilizing your information in a certain manner. However, we may still choose to use this info in accordance with law regulations and/or enforcement agencies. International Transfer of Information Great Icon Multimedia Co company spans several countries throughout the world. Please be aware that your submitted information can be utilized and stored in countries other than the USA. Further Information Contact support with any additional queries about our privacy policies.
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