Category: Stock Photo Technical Questions

Find Answers for your Stock Photo Technical Questions, from how to work with images to seizing the best features in Stock Photo Sites, and everything in between.

Buying stock photos is easy, but deciding where to buy can be a lot tougher. Comparing prices is one of the simplest ways to find the best stock photo agency ...

What's an EPS File? If you have ever worked with vector graphics then you might be familiar with what an EPS file format might be, and how to use them. If you ...

Will Resizing a Small Photo Get Me a Higher Resolution? If you aren’t familiar with editing photos, then you might think it’s easy to resize an image to a ...

You might wonder what the lightbox feature on most stock photography websites are, right? Well, this is a pretty easy to answer. A lightbox is a way of taking ...

Technology today allows us to do far more with licensed digital images than just using them exactly as they are purchased. In fact, chances are that you will ...

A watermark on any photo is an indication that the photo has not been purchased from the stock photo agency.  For copyright reasons a watermark, generally the ...

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 ...

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 ...