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The low-resolution jpg files displayed on our website are saved at 72dpi and are watermarked. This watermarked image can be used without permission only within your organisation as a 'comp'.
Once you have purchased reproduction rights, you will be sent a watermark-free image for final use.
Our high-resolution files are made from the original RAW camera file saved as a 300dpi, colour corrected and profiled, colour profile embedded, rgb tiff format file, spotted at 100%, without sharpening, with copyright information embedded as metadata.
Should you wish to use a very small detail or to reproduce the image significantly larger than the original please let Tate Images staff know. It may be necessary to re-photograph or re-scan the image to meet your exact needs.
If the image you want is not already available as a high-resolution image file we will order a scan for you. The high-resolution image file will then be uploaded to the Tate Images website for you to purchase and download within 48 hours of receiving your order.
To access the high-resolution image file you need please add the image to the shopping trolley and continue the process to the checkout. Once you have completed your credit card purchase, the image will be sent to your desktop.
To re-download that image please go to your receipt The image will be available for 30 days from purchase.
FeesTo work out how much a reproduction fee is for the use of an image please click the £ icon underneath the image, which appears once you have registered and logged in. You do not have to enter an image into a Shopping Trolley to work a fee out. Not all fees are on-line. If there is a specific usage that you cannot find please contact us for rates, terms and conditions.
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You can also calculate the price by clicking the 'shopping trolley' icon underneath the thumbnail to add the image to your order.
You can pay for images either online by entering credit card details, or you can set up an account with us enabling you to download images and be invoiced for them at the end of every month.
Captions, Credit lines and CopyrightCaptioning the artwork and crediting the photography is a requirement of copyright law and is a condition of your licence to reproduce any Tate image.
Please caption the artwork and the photography in the following ways:
Artwork Caption Line: title, date, artist name (birth & death dates). Provenance.
Photo Credit Line: ©Tate, London 2016.
Clients who have omitted the credit or printed an incomplete or incorrect credit will be charged 100% of the original licence fee, as stated in our Terms and Conditions.
If you have any queries or concerns regarding credit lines please contact us.
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