Your page’s four letter code (shown below, so scroll down to display the boxes) matches the first two letters of your first and last name. For example, Janice Nelson would have a page “JANE.” You should have been given an assigned password during your session. (If not please contact me for your password.)
You should have a PDF with specific instructions. The basic process is to place your cursor on each displayed image and right click. Then choose the appropriate command available in the browser you are using to save the file to your desktop. Be sure to compare file sizes because some commands produce only small thumbnails.
Each file has a unique name. Files that can be used on the web (because they are in the sRGB color profile which is suitable for the web) have “sRGB” in their names. Files that are used on the web at social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram will also be watermarked. Files that high end printers might request (for example, if you have an image published in a magazine and they request an AdobeRGB version of the image) will have “AdobeRGB” in its name. AdobeRGB files are NOT intended for the web. They will have funky colors and look bad on the internet, so don’t accidentally use them at websites. Also, many local printers will print from the sRGB version and will not need the AdobeRGB file. This is an extra version of the file provided to you, just in case you should need it in the future. And LinkedIn files are cropped as small 1x1s, suitable for the current small circle LinkedIn displays in user profiles.
I recommend you make several versions of the backup using different media, as media go out of fashion. Remember beta tapes? Vinyl? No. Exactly. Save your images to a USB, a CD, a backup drive, your computer, even maybe your phone by sending them to yourself. Save them to an on-line storage media, if you use that. Also do this immediately. As soon as you have your files and you email me, I will likely delete most if not all from this website. You are responsible for maintaining long term backups of your files.

No. Janice D Nelson Photography offers full non-commercial usage licenses and does not sell editing rights. Editing rights are very expensive and typically not needed. If you need another version of the file – for example, a black and white version – please visit the a la carte menu for add-ons and/or email me for a price quote if what you are looking for is not listed.

After you download each image to your computer, you must backup all the files to a safe place for storage. You must also email me, letting me know you have your images and what you think of them. This website is routinely maintained. For example, unneeded duplicate images are deleted from the site, and access to pages removed once client have their images. Please know clients are responsible for safely maintaining their files by creating backup copies to different media devices – backup drives, USBs, CDs, the cloud, etc.

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