Here is how the submission process works:
(1) Read this guide and our T&Cs
(2) Submit your images via our online submission form
(3) Give us some time to review your submission and (a) to publish your images on our website and/or (b) to create amazing products designs from your images
Microscopic & Illustration
Ideally captured under the microscope...
We are proud to work with amazingly talented scientists, hobby microscopists and illustrators from around the world. If you work with a microscope there is a good chance that you are in the right place!
Still not sure if your content fits?
Bigger is better... although this depends on the image application. Large image files are more likely to get licensed as they can be used for a greater variety of design applications. Please always submit the largest image size possible with the maximum resolution (dpi). Your images should ideally have a resolution of 300 dpi but we understand that you might not have created your images with the intention to license them so don't worry too much if the resolution is lower than 300 dpi.
If possible please upload your images in TIF format! We do also accept JPG, PNG, PDF and BMP file formats (also videos can be submitted) when TIF is not an option.
Please do not submit screen shots!
As many as you like
There is no limitation with regards to the number of images you can submit to us - in fact you increase the chance of selling your content significantly when submitting a higher number of images. Why? You give us more choice for our product development and our creative clients like to purchase licenses for image collections - simple as that!
To get started we would suggest to submit between 10 - 20 images but don't worry too much about the number of images you would like to submit and bear in mind: quality goes over quantity
There are 3 types of image tags:
Subject tags - describe the functional subject of your research, object that your image showcases, field you work in, etc.
Attribute tags - describe the attributes of your image such as colour, structure, background, etc.
Concept tags - describe emotions, feelings, moods, ideas, etc. that can be associated with your image
When going through our online submission form you will realise that each tag field has a helpful drop-down menu which offers a preselection of tags (if you cannot find tags that fit well to describe your image you can manually add them). We recommend to use 10-30 tags for each image.
The gist of it...
We encourage you to read our Terms and Conditions carefully in full and to make sure that you understand them before submitting any images, because they set out the terms of the contract between us for the licence of your images. If you need any help with this, you can always contact us.
(A) You retain the copyright of your image.
(B) You give us the exclusive rights to commercialise the image – that means that only we, not you will be permitted to use or licence the image for commercial purposes.
(C) You promise that you own all rights to the image, are free to licence it to us.
(D) We will pay you a royalty based on receipts from sale of our products bearing the image, and our licensing the image to others. We are not responsible for the actions of those to whom we licence the image.
(E) The amount of the royalty we pay, and the licence terms, may change over time – of course, we will notify you of any changes and you have a right to terminate the licence if you’re not happy.
UPROSA cases are available for the following phone models:
Our cases are made from a one-piece, impact resistant and flexible hard plastic case with an extremely slim profile. We use the latest 3-D printing technology to provide with a full-wrap case (design printed on the sides) for you to show off your science flair.
UPROSA MacBook cases are available for the following MacBook models:
Our MacBook cases consist of two pieces (top and bottom) made from ultra-slim transparent plastic to best protect your laptop. Using state-of-the-art printing technology, the top cover is printed with stunning scientific imagery - except for the centre part, which features a cut-out matching the Apple logo.
Slight variations of the design might occur due to the different MacBook models having slightly different shapes and sizes.