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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Photologium?

Photologium is a photo gallery and sales desk, exhibiting the best work of Adam Dimech. You can browse my catalogue of photos, and if you feel so inspired, purchase a copy online. Otherwise just enjoy the photographs.

2. Do you sell your images?

Yes! Please step through to the Sales Department.

3. Can I use your images on my website?

If you want to use an image from this website (or from, you need to get a licence. Please refer to the licencing page. Failure to do so is a breach of Copyright (refer to copyright statement).

4. What equipment do you use?

I have two SLR cameras. The one I use mostly is a Canon EOS 350D digital SLR. But I also have a film-based Canon EOS 500N. I have three lenses that I currently use; a Canon 18-55mm lens, a Canon 75-300mm telephoto lens and a Tamron SP 11-18mm f/4.5-5.6 LD Aspherical (IF) lens.

5. How accurately do the digital images reflect the printed versions?

The images displayed on this website are a close representation of the printed versions. However, the actual colours may differ from the display on this website. This will depend on your monitor and internet browser settings.

6. Do purchased images come with a watermark?

No. Watermarks are only displayed on the website for security purposes.

7. Do you sell prints in poster size?

Photologium photographs aren't available in larger sizes... yet! There are plans to make this product available very soon, so stay tuned!

8. I am a home user. Can I purchase digital images?

Digital images are only available to commerical users.

9. Do you accept non-credit card payments?

Aside from Master Card, Visa card and American Express, we accept PayPal.

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10. I can't find what I am looking for. Do you have more photos?

Possibly! Photologium is a gallery of Adam Dimech's best or most popular work. In many cases, there may be alternative versions available. You can check Adam Dimech's Flickr photostream to see if alternative versions exist. If you still can't find what you're after, please ask.

11. I work for a church or charity. Can we use your images for free?

Applications for free image use is made strictly on a case-by-case basis. Feel free to ask.


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