10 Website Header Photos (MINIMAL 1)

by PhotoMarket in Graphics / Web Elements

  • Compatible Apps:
  • Photoshop
  • Photoshop Elements

Description

10 Website Header Photos / Collection: MINIMAL (01)


The header is usually the first thing to notice on a website and this element can change the whole user experience dramatically if chosen carefully and according to your products or services. – A header is like the 'face' of your website and can be enough to make an excellent first impression. Larger headers tend to be a lot more memorable and can help visitors to understand your vision and also motivate to scroll further down or click on a button.

This collection will provide you with 10 carefully selected and matching photographs that will work perfectly as header graphics on your website, blog or shop. The photos will also look beautiful in an image slider and every photo has enough copy space for your headline, text and button. ☞ See the sample screenshots to get an idea and some inspiration or screenshot #09 for an overview of all included images

F E A T U R E S:

  • 10 creative and authentic photos in high-resolution (2560 x 1440px)
  • JPEGs and PSD (Photoshop document) included
  • high contrast for text and enough copy space on every image
  • carefully selected and edited with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop
  • matching style since all photos are taken and edited by me
  • small file sizes due to the minimal composition of the photos (please read the note below)
  • instant download as zip file

PLEASE NOTE: In addition to the PSD file you will receive JPEG images in high resolution (2560 x 1440px, 16:9 aspect ratio) which are exported from Adobe Lightroom with very little compression (large file size!) to give you the best quality and versatile possible uses when not using the PSD file.

☞ That means you will have to resize the images before importing them into your website. You can use Adobe Photoshop, GIMP, Photoscape or almost any other image editor for resizing the JPEGs. I suggest a JPEG compression level between 60-70% (or level '7' when saving JPEGs through the 'Save'/'Save as' dialog in Photoshop) and usually a width between 1440px and 1920px will result in a good compromise between file size and image quality.

Here is a tutorial for Adobe Photoshop on how to resize the images in your PSD file: http://bit.ly/resizeimages and some useful info on JPEG compression: http://bit.ly/jpgcompression


Of course you are allowed to use the photos for other purposes within the CreativeMarket 'Standard License' just keep in you may not resell or redistribute a photos in the original or modified version and also not give it away for free or include it in any free products.

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