Let me do your extractions for you! Your final piece won't contain any strays or jaggies! I will send your image back in the size you sent it and in the file type you request. If you don't have a preference, I will return it in whichever file size is smaller, making it easier on both my computer and yours, and making the attachment return smaller. Please make sure your scans/photos are a good size.
Please note: because every image is different, please send me an email at rachaelsscrapstore ((at)) hotmail ((dot)) com with a sample image of the piece(s) you would like extracted for a price quote & time estimate. Since I extract by hand, it can be very time consuming. This is a professional service, so you should expect a professional price estimate.
A little about how it works...
Email me a preview of what you would like extracted. Please send a small preview-sized image, not your original, of the entire piece and tell me how big the item is. If you could send a small snippet of a close-up for detailed pieces, such as lace, it'd be very helpful as well. From those images I will give you fee estimate and time estimate. If you then agree, you can send me the full-resolution image and the email you would like the payment request sent to. (I only bill you after the extraction job is complete).
I will hand-extract and double-check my work and send the final piece back to you. All copyright of the images remains with you. I do not resell anything I extract, I am simply providing the service. I also delete the final work from my computer and don't back it up with my personal files, so make sure you back it up after I get it back to you! If you have a computer malfunction, I won't be able to provide you with your files again.
A little info...
Turn-around time is usually a day or so before I quote, but if I had an emergency or something come up in my personal life, I would try my best to let you know I will be later than requested. Of course this would be an extremely rare occurance, but I could not be held liable for time-sensitive demands if it were an emergency.
I retain the right to refuse to extract something. Some reasons may include the following: of it's something similiar to one of my products, if I don't think I have the time to complete your project, if it's just too complicated of a job, copyright issues, etc.
I will not knowingly extract anyone else's work. The client's are always held responsible for any content they send. If I am sent another designer's work to be extracted, I have the right to report it. I also will not extract copyrighted images like Disney characters if they are intended on being sold.
I will not become a regular extractor to a designer who intends on selling these extracted items as CU. This would be going against my own work, and I'd be creating competition for myself. I will extract an item being sold as CU for a designer once in a while, but I will not make a habit of it. I hope you understand.
Any questions, just ask :) Thank you!
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 04 March, 2010.