“I’ve seen an image in one of your brochures that isn’t in this collection, can I get that one?”
Not all photography is available for wider use. Some images have been reserved for Merrithew use only.
“Can I use images from the manuals or other educational materials to promote events?”
Any duplication of our educational materials is not allowed.
“Why is there a logo on this image?”
That is a watermark on a low resolution image. When your design is approved you will receive a non-watermarked, high resolution image.
“Can I just use these low resolution images for a brochure?”
These images are provided for concept purposes only and are low resolution. If you print with them your pictures will look fuzzy and not very pleasing.
“Why is the logo saying .eps? What is that? I can’t open it.”
An .eps is a graphic file format used in design and printing. If you are having a sign made, or something professionally designed, your designer will ask for a vector format - .eps or .ai. This file will suit for that. The jpegs we have provided are high resolution, but you will have better results with the .eps.
“Can I change the colour of the STOTT PILATES or other brands’ logo?”
No. These are the official colours of our brands and we ask that you do not change them. However, if you are printing in one colour and require the logo to knockout in white or reverse in black, that is allowed. Your designer can change the .eps file. If you require something else not provided or have any questions about the logo, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the Creative Commons Attribution License?
Under the Creative Commons Attribution License Merrithew asserts that you are permitted:
to Share — to copy, distribute, and transmit the images included in the Creative Commons section of our image library
to Remix — to adapt the work the images denoted in the Creative Commons section of our image library to make commercial use of the work
Under the following conditions:
Attribution — You must attribute the copyright of the images as “Photography © Merrithew Corporation,” but not in a manner that suggests that Merrithew endorses you or your use of the work. If using an image on a web page, a link to merrithew.com should be provided.
Share Alike — If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license.