Where to Buy “Safe” Images for Your Print Material

If you plan on designing your own promotional flyers, event posters, canvas prints and other printed advertising material, you will need images! The best images for print material are in Vector format, which will enable you to size the images for any type of printed medium, including larger than life posters. You may also want to purchase other image formats and if there is one thing that you will quickly learn when looking for images on the internet; it is that even if the images are offered as free, there is normally a charge somewhere involved. Be wise! Make sure you have the right to use the images you download.

If you want to know where to buy “safe” images for printed material, you can start with the following three sites:

All the images are well-priced for large quantity usage and you may need to become a member to download images. However, you will also want to check whether the images are for personal or commercial usage. If for commercial, check whether you are allowed to use them in your letterhead, logo, website, for flyers, posters and other printed materials. If you plan on selling advertising material, you will need to get special licensing for usage of the images.

We have suggested the above three sites because you will not have to be concerned about accidental downloading of viruses and other malware. In addition, the images at the sites are for download and usage. If you want exclusive usage, you can expect to pay a bit more.

Think of the small investment in the right to use these safe images as a way to compensate the artist for their design, time and photographic skills. Besides, if you already had the images or the designs, the ability to do the same or the time to create such images, you most probably would not have browsed for safe places where you can buy images for print material.

Go to the above websites and save time in browsing. You may find thousands of websites offering so-called royalty free photos and images, but once you get to the download stage, you will still have to pay some kind of fee. What it boils down to is that there is no such thing as a completely free image to use for commercial purposes anymore. Considering the low fees charged for the images, you will agree that it makes sense to use reputable sites for print material images.

Of course, you can also have our design team come up with a design and thus save on the frustration of having to find safe images. As an alternative, you can still buy images for printed material from the above sites and have our team use the images to create the perfect print designs. Whichever routes you decide to go, do not simply use the images you find in your Google image search, as those images belong to someone and you need their permission to use them and/or have to purchase the right to usage. If you do use them, you can be held accountable for your actions, which may just cost fees in lawsuits or fines.

Protect your company by using images that give you the copyright!

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