Hard Copy Reprint Prices - These are single hard copy pricing. Multiple usage can be negotiated (album cover, magazine cover/insert, marketing collateral, etc.)

Image Size &
Min Order Amount
Output Size
Price

4 x 6
Min. 10

4 x 6

$8.00

*5 x 7
Min. 5

5 x 7

$20.00

*8 x 10
Min. 4

8 x 10

$40.00

8 x 12
Min. 4

8 x 12

$40.00

*11 x 14
Min. 2

11 x 14

$85.00

12 x 18
Min. 2

12 x 18

$90.00

16 x 24"

16 x 24"
$175.00
20 x 30"
20 x 30"
$250.00
24 x 36"
24 x 36"
$295.00
30 x 45"
30 x 45"
$595.00
40 x 60"
40 x 60"
$795.00
*Note: Requires Cropping of Original Image Payment due when ordering.

Multiple Usage and Web - Size and Pricing

Image Size
Output Size
Suitable For
Price

288 x 432 pixels

4 x 6
inches
at 72 dpi

Websites, multi-media, presentations, on-line use

$50.00
(one site, one presentation)

$99.00
(multiple sites)

2000 x 1312
(3 Megapixels)

7 x 5 inches
at 300 dpi

Print production up to 7 x 5 inches at 300 dpi

$399.99

2560 x 1920
(5 Megapixels)

9 x 7 inches
at 300 dpi

Print production up to 9 x 7 inches at 300 dpi

$429.99

3000 x 1960
(6 Megapixels)

10 x 7 inches
at 300 dpi

Print production up to10 x 7 inches at 300 dpi

$629.99

4016 x 2616
(10 Megapixels)

14 x 9 inches
at 300 dpi

Print production up to 14 x 9 inches at 300 dpi

$949.99

File Sizes and Physical Dimensions are Approximate

Please note--each image on our site is available in the 72 dpi size, and one of the three, 300 dpi sizes.

All prices subject to change. Custom image sizes, file types, or layered psd photo files will be quoted via phone or e-mail.

Image Size

All of our images are offered in a low resolution/small file size format, and a high resolution/large file size format. Prices for all low resolution, 72 dpi images are the same. Our high-resolution versions are offered in one of two 300 dpi sizes, depending upon the mode the image was originally captured in, and are priced accordingly. Please see the Size and Pricing chart above.

Digital images vary in their native size, due to different resolution capabilities of individual cameras, which can be operating in various modes. In other words, if an image is originally captured in a very "high camera mode" a larger image is possible from the "digital negative" with no loss in quality. So, larger images with very high-resolution may be available, depending upon the raw data captured in the original image. Our Size and Pricing chart is shown above.

Our 72 dpi, low-resolution images are ideal for web sites, on-line viewing, presentations, or other multimedia.

Our 300 dpi, high-resolution images are ideal for any of numerous legal print mediums such as editorial or advertising stock, brochures, corporate communications and other publications.

Please see our Digital Image License for further details, as unlawful usage is prohibited.

If you require a larger size than the one offered of a particular photo, we do have the capability to further upsize images with no loss of resolution via special software, so please contact us if you don't see a picture size suitable for your digital content needs. We offer some custom services.

About Our Images

Our images are ideally suited for print or on-line viewing, for business or personal use. All of our royalty-free images are original works that have not been previously published. All images are royalty free for most uses. (Please see our license agreement.)

Image Specifications

Our images are RGB color images saved in the jpeg format, optimized for maximum image quality.

Our images are Windows and Mac compatible.

All of our images are digitally mastered to refine exposure compensation, white point, color temperature, hue and saturation, and other variables, so that the very finest images possible are available to you for immediate download.

Each image has been meticulously remastered for balance, color adjustment and overall presentation or print quality, using professional image editing software. All images are managed and corrected in Adobe 1998 RGB color space. With image corrections and enhancements already made for you, you can size your image and then sharpen as a final step. (Sharpening should only be done after an image has been sized and optimized for its intended use, in an amount suitable for the medium in which it is used.) Since all the difficult photo editing has been done for you, your project will be finished in a very short amount of time!