• All sales are handled by gumroad.com. You can pay either with a valid credit card or paypal. Terms and conditions of your chosen payment providers apply.
• Note that you are buying an edited digital image as a high resolution digital file in a compressed format, not a framed print. It is up to you to contact a print vendor to have it printed and framed for you (unless you print yourself of course). If you are unsure if the delivered image resolution is sufficient for your project, check out my information box below on resolution and recommended print sizes.
• All prices excluding VAT for your region. You may be charged VAT depending on your region. Click the buy button for more info. Clicking the buy button does not immediately initiate a sale or a binding contract. However, subsequently filling out payment information and clicking on “pay” on the pop-up screen, does.
• Images are still subject to copyright. If you buy an image, you also get a permission for private use of that image.
After the ordering and payment process you receive a confirmation email with links to your download. You are also taken to gumroad.com, where you will be served with the download as well and where you have the option to add the images to your account for storage and future reference. Opening an account at gumroad is entirely optional.
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Common print sizes (in inches) and their aspect ratios
2×3 – 24×36, 20×30, 12×18, 16×24
3×4 – 30×40
4×5 – 16×20, 8×10
5×6 – 20×24
1×3 – 20×60, 12×36
“But how large can I print?”
To estimate if the quality of a print is high enough, simply divide a side of an image (in pixels) by the same side of your target print size (in inches).
The resulting number is called “dpi” (dots per inch) and should be above 150. If it is not, choose a smaller print size or a different image.
Of course, you can upscale an image by using professional tools. However, if you choose to increase the resolution then I cannot give guarantees to a satisfying result.
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