Stock Photo Questions & Answers

In short, stock photography is essentially a large bank of images that you can purchase a license for use. With the scope of its uses being so large, we’ll ...

Royalty-free is an often-misconstrued term that is actually very important to understand. Those who don't have an understanding of the word may find themselves ...

This is a great question. The rule of thumb is to always get the highest resolution which is available. The higher the resolution, the more options you have ...

DPI or "dots per inch" is a way of measuring an image's original intended size and its resolution, or quality. DPI is a measurement of dots per inch of printed ...

While it may be tempting to go right for a Google image search when you need a photo for a project, it's worth the time, effort and expense to invest in an ...

The Internet is famous for the amount of free information it provides. You can read books, learn new things, and even take college courses for free online. ...

"Royalty-free" within the realm of stock photography means that the creator of the content (the photographer, in this case) has granted resale rights of their ...

A Tiff (also called Tif), is an image type. The most common format is a Jpg which is a  compressed photo. Tiff are different from Jpgs, gifs, and  png’s ...

Rights-Managed (RM) is one of the two most common licensing structures in the stock photography industry. The term refers to the type of license you will be ...