Frequently Asked Questions
How it works
Freestock is an image library made to assist customers of Mile High Graphics and Suite Skins find the right image for their printed projects. While Freestock may look like a stock image site, theres no actual purchasing or downloading of images. Simply search for the image(s) you would like printed with your project, add it to your cart, add your contact information and a brief explanation of your project (i.e. desired dimensions, print material, design notes, and quantities). Once you are finished, simply select the Proceed button at the bottom of the window and your information and image will be sent to a Mile High Graphics or Suite Skins staff member for estimating or order processing followed by design.
Freestock is an image resource for customers that takes out the need for spending more money on stock images.
While the images on Freestock are FREE, the print and or products will be quoted before a final order is placed.
Are the images really free?
Yes! All Images are 100% Free to use for Mile High Graphics and Suite Skins customers.
Can I download the images to keep on my computer?
Sorry! While we can offer to share our images with you on any given project, we cannot distribute the actual files.
Where do the images in my cart go after I "Process" them?
The image(s) you choose and add to your cart are zipped and emailed to a Mile High Graphics/Suite Skins staff member. When they are received, the details you added about the selected images are read and translated into either a new or existing print order. We'll get back to afterwards with a quote or proof depending on your orders status.
What if Im not a Mile High Graphics/Suite Skins customer?
You may browse the site, but there isnt much use beyond that.
This service is intended for Mile High Graphics & Suite Skins customers ONLY!
What is the difference between a Vector & Raster image?
Raster graphics are composed of pixels, while Vector graphics are composed of paths.
A Raster graphic such as a gif, tiff or jpeg is an array of pixels of various colors, which together form an image.
A Vector graphic, such as an .eps file or Adobe Illustrator file are composed of paths or lines that are either straight or curved. The data file for a vector image contains the points where the paths start and end, how much the paths curve and the colors that either border or fill the paths.
Because Vector graphics are not made of pixels, the images can be scaled to any size without losing quality. Raster graphics, on the other hand, become "Blocky" or what is called "Pixelated" since each pixel increases in size as the image is made larger.
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