1.How can I use the lightbox function?
2.Is there any higher resolution image for me to produce layout?
3.Can I find all the suppliers' images in your website?
4.How can I sort the images by collection?
5.I'm registered on PanoramaStock site. Do I need to register
again in Masterfile site?
6.Which browsers are compatible with this site?
7.Can I search without being registered?
8.How do I download free comping images?
9.What is a virtual CD?
10.What is a RM photo?
11.What is a RF photo?
12.Why is the downloaded image size only 4-5MB, when the given
image size is 40MB?
13.How can I tell what image size is appropriate for my purposes?
14.After entering the Chinese website (Quanjing.com), will I
need to register again?
15.How can I search the most recently uploaded photos?
Simply register, log in, and click "Lightbox" (on the top right of the screen) to
add lightboxes, or to rename or delete them. You can also show others your lightbox
by emailing them a link. After you searched for photos, you can add them to your
lightbox by clicking "Lightbox" under the photo. You can also choose which lightbox
you want to put the photo in by choosing from the bottom left album list.
In most cases, there are no larger resolutions for RF images. After logging in,
it is possible to obtain a 1-2MB sized image for RM images by clicking "Download
You can find most of the suppliers images on our website, however due to updating
issues, our collection may not be immediately updated with new photos. To browse
complete collections from our suppliers, you can visit their website through the
links provided on the homepage.
To sort images by collection, click "Search" on the top of the website, and choose
from the "filter by brand" list.
Yes. If you have already registered on the PanoramaStock site, your username and
password will not work on the Masterfile site.
For Windows platform: Internet Explorer 5.x and newer. Netscape 6.x and newer.
For Mac platform: Internet Explorer 5.x and newer. Netscape 6.x and newer.
If you're experiencing difficulties accessing certain areas, your computer may not
be accepting cookies, or your system may be behind a corporate firewall, which can
make accessing secure servers difficult. If you encounter problems, contact our
Yes. You can search without registering on our site. But you can't download the
comp file without registeration. To download non-watermarked comps, or to save images
to your Lightbox for later access, you'll need to register in our website .
From the Search Results, Lightbox or Image Details page, click the 'Download comp'
link beneath the image and your comping image will appear in a pop-up window. To
save this image, follow the browser and platform-specific instructions that appear.
It is a collection of royalty-free images based on a theme that is offered for sale
online for immediate download. Following a purchase you can immediately access the
contents of your virtual CD online from the 'my virtual CDs' section of your account.
Most virtual CDs have corresponding physical CDs available for a non-refundable
Rights-managed photo are high-quality products with a license and fee based on your
specific use. Details regarding usage, media, duration and geographic distribution
of use must be specified. The buyer may also choose to purchase an exclusive license,
which prevents other clients for using the same photo in the specified period.
Royalty-free pricing is based solely on the size of the product you need, not the
specific use. You don't have to pay any additional fees on a use-by-use basis. Once
you purchase a royalty-free product, you may use it multiple times for multiple
projects without paying additional fees. Royalty-free images offer creative professionals
an alternative to right-managed imagery -- without sacrificing quality or creativity.
Royalty-free products provide a solution for every budget, with few usage restrictions.
Once you pay the fee for a royalty-free product, you can use the images as frequently
and creatively as you'd like.
Our digital file is compressed into JPEG format. JPEG stands for Joint Photography
Expert Group, and is a file format based on a data compression system that reduces
file size to as little as 10% of the original size without any great loss to the
image quality, and remain the same actual printing size at the same time. I t is
an ideal file format for storage and transfer.
This will vary based on the usage.
As a guideline:
For A3 size documents, 49 - 70MB (300dpi)
A4 size documents, 25 - 48MB (300dpi)
A5 size documents, 13 - 24MB (300dpi)
For more details, feel free to contact us for recommendations.
Yes, you will need to register again because the english website is independent
from the Chinese website.
You can click the "Newest" tab to view our newest photos. This section is frequently
revised, so be sure to check for the most update photos.
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