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 taken by PRO full-frame digital cameras like Nikon® D700 or Nikon® D3. Other images has been made using Adobe Photoshop® and other graphic 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).
3. How DPI works?
DPI stands for dots per inch. In the printing world 300 DPI is commonly used to create sharp beautiful images at a specific size. Many misunderstand that if the digital file does not say 300 DPI that the file is too small or it is less sharp. This misunderstanding is amplified by using programs like Adobe Photoshop where a customer may view a file that says 72 DPI however, the file is very large and perfect for printing. While DPI is important the more important measure of a digital file are the pixel dimensions. The combination of the DPI and pixel dimensions determines the actual printing or document size.
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.
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)
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