Sunday, February 24, 2008

MY CUSTOM SCANNING RATES

The images and stories featured on this blog, in the Men’s Adventure Magazines Facebook group, on my Flickr stream, and in my men’s adventure magazine anthology books represent just a small part of the images and stories I have at my fingertips in my collection of more than 4,000 vintage men’s adventure magazines.

I often get requests to make scans of covers, interior artwork or stories that people would like to have for their personal use, for posting on blogs and websites, or for use in books and other commercial projects.

If I have the issue in question, I can accommodate those requests.

I use a professional level Epson GT-20000 scanner with a 12” x 17” bed.

I can provide high resolution scans (300 to 600 dpi or higher) in any standard image format (e.g., JPEG, PNG, TIFF, etc.).

I can also scan and provide complete stories in high resolution PDF or image format.

My custom scanning rates are as follows…

COVERS & INTERIORS IN JPEG, PNG, TIFF OR OTHER IMAGE FORMAT:
- $2 per page, with my small MensPulpMags.com watermark in a corner, for personal use or posting on personal blogs and websites.
- $10 per page, with no watermark, for use on monetized websites, in books, or for any other commercial purposes.*

COMPLETE STORIES IN PDF OR IMAGE FORMAT:
- $10 to $25 per story (depending on length) for personal or academic research or reading. (Not to be posted online or published.)
- $25 to $100 per story (depending on length and planned use) for use on monetized websites, in books, or for any other commercial purposes.*

To request a custom scan, email me at cujokey @ gmail.com.

Once a custom scanning project is agreed upon, payments can be made via PayPal. I’ll email you an invoice. The scans will be provided to you within 48 hours of payment. I guarantee good quality scans, but I will provide a refund to any customer who is not satisfied, assuming they give me a valid reason for requesting a refund.

*NOTE ON COMMERCIAL USES: Checking the copyright status of any images or stories is the responsibility of the person who requests scans.