What format are the photos in?
All Retrostock photos are in JPG format.
Do you add photos on a regular basis?
Yes. We add photos as they are taken. Click on "Newest Photos" to see the latest photos that we have posted.
Do you offer refunds?
Once your purchase is made we can not offer a refund. The reason for this policy is because we offer full access to our entire digital collection of photos and, as such, there is no way for our products to be returned. On a rare occasion we will make exceptions on a case by case basis.
Are there any restrictions on my use of the Retrostock photos that I download?
Yes. While Retrostock offers great freedoms and a wide ranges of uses, we do not allow the redistribution of our photos, or allow the use of our photos within products that are mass distributed in any type of archive format.
If I purchase a subscription are there any other fees I will encounter when downloading from the site?
No, an unlimited membership allows you full access to download any photos on our site at no extra charge.
Is it possible to receive a discount on royalty-free images from Retrostock?
Royalty-free pricing for single images are already value-priced and discounts are only offered based on volume.
Is account sharing allowed?
No, sharing an account is no different than distributing our materials to others. Individual accounts must be purchased by your friends and colleagues.
I bought a subscription, but it says I'm not activated, what do I do?
On rare occasions our merchant processors may not send the information of your transaction to our system, so your account may not be automatically activated. Therefore, if you have made a purchase of our yearly subscription and you are not able to access photos Retrostock using your details, send a support request.
What is royalty-free stock photography?
The term 'royalty-free' can be a bit confusing since royalty-free stock photography is not free. Royalty-free photos must first be purchased before any usage is permitted. With a royalty-free license, you are not required to specify how or where you plan to use the image. Once you've paid for your royalty-free image(s), you're free to use the image for nearly any use. You can also use the image over and over again because a royalty-free license has no restrictions on time or re-usage. With a standard royalty-free license you are restricted from sharing, selling or storing the image in any way that makes the image accessible to others. However, royalty-free images can be shared among internal groups with additional seat licensing, allowing companies to build a library of royalty-free imagery to suit their specific creative needs.
Can I reuse my image(s) from Retrostock
Yes! Most royalty-free licensing agreements allow you to reuse an image for nearly any use.
Can I share my image(s) from Retrostock
No! The images you purchase can only be used by, yourself or your company. It is not allowed to resell or redistribute any at this site bought an downloades images.
Can imagery by Retrostockbe used for commercial purposes?
Images by Retrostock are model released and can be used for commercial purposes.
Can imagery by Retrostockbe used for editorial purposes?
Images by Retrostock are model released and can be used for editorial purposes.
If you need a model release form you can download one in PDF here