Absolutely, you can. The legendary stock images at Restored Traditions are royalty free and guaranteed copyright free.
Here's the consideration to make: an image can only be enlarged so much before losing finer details. If you're printing a 5' x 10' banner, for example, our extra-large images will maintain their detail pretty well. Consider, though, that the average viewer of that image is probably going to be standing more than a few feet away. That said, the finer image detail loss will hardly be noticed, while the whole context of the art is viewed and appreciated by your viewer. To illustrate further, If you look at a roadside billboard from a couple feet away you'll start seeing the dots that make up the whole image. Most people don't look that close though. Still not sure? Ask us to email you a free watermarked proof image.
As a happy rule of thumb, most medium-sized images will print well in the 8x10 to 11x17 inch range. The small-sized images are designated for web use or small cards. Our Large and Extra-Large images typically print well in the 13x19 - 24x36 inch range. Some images can still go larger or smaller than the rule of thumb specified. If you're uncertain about an image, please ask before purchasing. We offer free watermarked proofs via email. Image size in relation to printing isn't a perfect science, but we're getting closer.
We don't offer prints at this time. You can always buy a download and get it printed on your home printer or take the file to a place that prints on demand.
You'll get an email confirmation that the order was successful and glorious a couple minutes after you buy. Then you'll get a second email with a link to download the art you bought — this usually shows up in your inbox 5-20 minutes after a successful order. If an hour goes by, and you still haven't gotten the email with the download link, email us and we'll send you the purchase faster than you can say Abraham in Aramaic. Sometimes the delivery software has a bad day or goes on strike, but it's still far superior to carrier pigeons.
The email with the download links isn't time sensitive, but the amount of times you can download a purchased image is two.
Sure thing. We created a nifty page called Free Download. Click on the currently featured free download (we rotate it from time to time) and go through the whole checkout/ download process without paying. You can checkout as a guest or create an account for quicker checkout in the future.
Yes. Check out our New category regularly. We're pretty good about getting new art out there, but once in a while we take a break and watch squirrels do flips outside.
Nope. Watermarks are for display images or free email proofs.
All of the spectacular artwork we offer is sold in the JPEG format. Concerned about quality loss with that sort of compression? Have no fears, we work on our images in their original quality and save them at Maximum Quality as a JPEG. There's virtually no quality loss and, if there is loss, it's the kind of loss that only a theoretical physicist would detect.
Here's the breakdown:
Image Download Description – Sm: 450 x 567 px @ 72ppi | 302KB
Translation – Small Size: 450 by 567 pixels at 72 pixels per inch | 302 Kilobyte JPEG file size
Image Download Description – Lg: 2500 x 3303 px @ 300ppi | 8.5MB
Translation – Large Size: 2500 by 3303 pixels at 300 pixels per inch | 8.5 Megabyte JPEG file Size
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