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If you are a new client looking for a quote:
Welcome, you can relax, your images are in the best hands.

  1. Visit the quote request page
  2. There you will see a form to:
  3. Upload your images
  4. Give us your details
  5. Send them to us
  6. We will review your images and send you a quote back within an hour.

 

If you are a returning client in need of a new quote:
Welcome back , pleased to see you again!

  1. Login to your account using your username and password
  2. Visit the quote request page
  3. There you will see a form to:
  4. Upload your images
  5. Give us your details (job requirements only)
  6. Send them to us
  7. We will review your images and send you a quote back within an hour.

 

How to place an order:
If you want to start an order for editing your images straightaway:

  1. Create a personal account (only if you are a new client)
  2. Login to your personal account
  3. Go to the order form
  4. There you will see a form to:
  5. Upload your images
  6. Give us your details (job requirements only)
  7. Send them to us
  8. We will review your images and instructions. If a quote is needed we will send it at this stage, if not we start now to work on your images.
  9. Once the job is completed we send it back to you for revision. You will receive an email notifying you of the completion of the order.
  10. When you are happy with the job our accounts department will send you an invoice.
  11. You can pay online using one of our many accepted and safe payment methods.
  12. You can login to your personal account to view the status of your order at any time.

 


 

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"A clipping path (or "deep etch"[1]) is a closed vector path, or shape, used to cut out a 2D image in image editing software. Anything inside the path will be included after the clipping path is applied; anything outside the path will be omitted from the output. "

From: Wikipedia TheSaaDo

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"A compound path results from the combination of multiple paths (inclusive and exclusive) and the Boolean operations that ultimately determine what the combined path contains."

From: Wikipedia TheSaaDo