Image files are available for purchase in medium, high and full resolution. Once payment is received and the release is signed (see below), clients receive access to a password-protected online gallery (just like with proofs) from which the files can be downloaded (not an option with the proof gallery).
If you have difficulty understanding the differences between sizes, see my note below the pricing.
Prior to receiving access to download your images, you must sign an Image Release Agreement stating that Eternal Image retains the copyright but you are free to print, share, and edit the pictures as you desire. As part of the agreement, you MUST acknowledge Eternal Image Photography as the author of the pictures on social network sites, etc. The agreement is necessary to print images through another provider. Custom collages are not included.
You can do any combination of these (i.e. your favorites in full resolution and then the rest in medium resolution), but I do require that you spend at least $75 on image files.
A disc of full resolution images (usually around 2500×1700 pixels) is available at a cost of $15 per image. You must purchase a minimum of 5 images from your session. These images are printable up to poster sizes.
A disc of high resolution image (approximately 1200 pixels) is available at $8 per image, with a minimum purchase of 10 images required. These images are printable up to approximately 11×14.
A disc of medium resolution images (approximately 600 pixels) is available at a cost of $3 per image. You must purchase at least 25 images at this price or all of the images from the session (whichever is smaller as the minimum). These images are printable up to size 5×7.
NOTE: Image files come in resolutions (higher resolution means more image detail) — the higher the resolution, the better the quality and the bigger sized prints you can get out of it. As an image is printed in bigger and bigger sizes, the details are stretched and images with higher resolutions will maintain their quality better. For example, the medium resolution files I sell ($3 ea) are 600×400 pixels, with means there are 240K pixels over the entire image. Comparatively, the full resolution files ($15 ea) have 2600×1700 pixels, so 4.4 million pixels over the entire image. As you can imagine, that maintains it quality better when larger prints are made from the file.