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Prints, Posters and Digital Work

I use the Creative Commons licensing terms and conditions for my photographs. In essence, if you want to buy a photograph for non-commercial purposes (e.g. use as computer wallpaper, print, frame and hang on your real wall) then you can print it as many times as you like but you cannot modify it or sell it to anyone. If you want to use it for commercial purposes, then this is a Licence to Use. Yes, it is difficult to control that, so this is an agreement made ‘in good faith’. If I do see a copy somewhere it shouldn’t be, then I will take action. I do confirm to you that these are my creation, as photographs and as subsequently modified.

In making this purchase you agree to the terms and conditions detailed below.

Prints

Digital photographs can be printed at any size up to 36cm x 50cm. The file you will receive on purchase is a 16bit JPG file at 300dpi for those dimensions, approximately 12mb in size. The photograph itself is set within a spacious white border, so if you want to fit it to a slightly different frame size, then you should be able to trim it to fit without making the end result look ugly and unbalanced.

If you want to print a smaller photograph from this file, then your printer or print shop can do this easily enough. You could even get your print shop to print a slightly larger photo, because 300dpi is a high enough resolution to let you do this without any significant increase in pixelation.

If you want a different style, format or size for the photograph you want to buy, then just let me know by sending me an e-mail here. If there is only a little work to do, then the price remains the same.

For photographs, I would recommend you print on a satin photographic paper. If the paper weight is too light (70-80g) then the photograph could wrinkle in the frame. To avoid wrinkles, either print on a heavier paper, set it within a mat board (a thick paper or card ‘border’) or carefully tape the edges of the photograph to the back panel of the poster frame.

Posters

Digital posters can be printed at any size up to 70cm x 50cm. The file you will receive on purchase is a 16bit JPG file at 300dpi for those dimensions, approximately 16mb in size.

The poster itself is set within a spacious border, so if you want to fit it to a slightly different frame size, then you should be able to trim it to fit without making the end result look ugly and unbalanced.

If you want to print a smaller poster from this file, then your print shop can do this easily enough. You could even print a slightly larger poster, because 300dpi is a high enough resolution to let you do this without any significant increase in pixelation.

If you want a different style, format or size for the poster you want to buy, then just let me know by sending me an e-mail here. If there is only a little work to do, then the price remains the same.

For posters, I would recommend you print on a glossy photographic paper. If the paper is too light (70-80g) then the poster could wrinkle in the frame. To avoid wrinkles, either print on a heavier paper or carefully tape the edges of the print to the back panel of the poster frame.

Digital Works

I use the Creative Commons licensing terms and conditions for my photographs. In essence, if you want to buy a photograph for non-commercial purposes (e.g. use as computer wallpaper, print, frame and hang on your real wall) then you can print it as many times as you like but you cannot modify it or sell it to anyone. If you want to use it for commercial purposes, then this is a Licence to Use. Yes, it is difficult to control that, so this is an agreement made ‘in good faith’. If I do see a copy somewhere it shouldn’t be, then I will take action. I do confirm to you that these are my creation, as photographs and as subsequently modified.

In making this purchase you agree to the terms and conditions detailed below.

License to Use

This license to use my digital material is based on the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY 4.0). To summarize the license, which you must accept on purchasing it, you are free to:

  • Share, copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, and
  • Adapt, remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.

I cannot revoke these freedoms so long as you follow the license terms. Under these terms:

  • You must give appropriate credit, you must provide a link to the relevant page on my website, and you must indicate if changes were made.
  • You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests I endorse you or your use.
  • You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.

You do not have to comply with the license for elements of the material in the public domain or where your use is permitted by an applicable exception or limitation.

No warranties are given. The license may not give you all of the permissions necessary for your intended use. For example, other rights such as publicity, privacy, or moral rights may limit how you use the material.

Here is the link to the Creative Commons Terms and Conditions : BY 4.0 International