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1. Standard and Extended License
2. Downloading
3. Security
4. Accounting
5. Prices
6. Royalty Free
7. License and Rights

1. Extended License


Standard License

Files: images and illustrations in JPEG format

Use: illustration of all kinds for professional documents (advertising, press articles, packaging, websites)

Check the image size to verify if it meets your requirements. Standard licenses are from XS (0,12MP) to XXXL (>30 MP).








Extended license

Files: images and illustrations in JPEG format

Use: illustration of derivative products intended for re-sale (postcards, posters, t-shirts, templates...)

The image provided for an extended license is the largest available size (for standard license).






2. Downloading

The download time depends on the size of the images and the speed of your internet connection. The higher the resolution, the longer it takes. A fast internet connection would obviously speed up the process.

3. Security

Is your site secure?
Our payment gateway is handled by one of the most established online merchants in the world (Ogone) with thousands of secure transactions taking place daily. We also make use of the SSL-coding and our website has the Verisign certificate.

Do you keep my creditcard details?
No, we do not keep any creditcard details.

Which credit card do you accept?
We currently accept Visa, Eurocard, Mastercard, American Express en Diners Club.

Is there any other option to pay?
Yes, you can also receive an invoice when you buy online.

Please contact us if you want to use this payment method.

4. Accounting

Can I get an invoice or quotation?
You receive an invoice for every purchase made. You will also receive an invoice if you pay by credit card.

5. Prices

How much is a credit?
On purebudget.com we work with credits (one credit is worth €2). Each image falls into the same pricing bracket. For the exact price, please see the image details. All prices are displayed with each image in different resolutions. There is also a price list in the main menu, which you can find at the top of the homepage.

6. Royalty Free

What is stock photography?
Stock photography is a set of ’ready’ images and by buying from us you purchase the rights to use the images rather than commissioning a photographer to do a shoot. The main benefits of digital stock photography are that you see the final image(s) before you buy the rights to use them and these images can be licensed immediately. The cost of stock photography, especially royalty free images, is much lower compared to commissioned photography. Stock photography saves you the cost of a model, a photographer, the location, props, art direction and editing. Of course, supplying all our images in digital format gives our customers the advantage of being able to go straight to the color separator or printer rather than having to scan them in at an additional cost. Most importantly, this allows much more flexibility than a traditional photo library.

What is Royalty Free?
Royalty free digital stock photography means that the client who buys the images does not have to pay any royalties, no matter how may times they use the image(s). The buyer does not own the copyright of the images but has bought the right to use the images legally without further payments or interruptions from the seller. These images cannot be re-sold or transferred but it offers a wide range of benefits; mainly lower pricing and convenience.

7. License and Rights

Can I use the comping / preview images for my final artwork?
The low-resolution (comping) image(s) may only be used for comps and lay-outs. The low-resolution image(s) may not be used in any final materials distributed within your company or any materials distributed outside of your company or to the public, including, but not limited to, advertising and marketing materials or any online or other electronic distribution system (except that you may transmit comps digitally or electronically to your clients for their review), and may not be distributed, sublicensed or made available for use or distribution separately or individually, and no rights may be granted to the low-resolution image(s).

What are the terms and agreement?
It is advisable that you read the agreement. Click here to view the end user license, which explains what you may or may not do with an image.


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