Photoshop File Overview
What is a Photoshop file?
A Photoshop file is the layered/editable file for designs that we produce. The file extension is PSD. Authors can purchase the PSDs for the services they order from us as a form of insurance for their design in case we were to stop offering this service or if they would like to adapt the cover design for their own marketing material. One must have extensive knowledge and own/subscribe to the program Photoshop to be able to any changes. We do not offer any Photoshop advice or consulting of any kind beyond providing the file itself.
What is included when I order a Photoshop file?
You will receive a download link for the layered PSD file. We can not share font file licences but can provide the names of the fonts so that you are able to download/purchase the appropriate fonts.
How much does a Photoshop file cost?
The price to order a Photoshop file is listed on our cover design extras form. You can request multiple PSDs if you have ordered other services from us and a bulk discount will be available.
What are the specifications of the Phtoshop file?
- File Type: PSD
- File Size: PSD files tend to be quite large (> 50MB) so a download link will be provided as they are too large to be sent via an email attachment.
What is the process for ordering a Photoshop file?
You can order it on our cover design extras form at a later date after we have already designed your ebook cover.
What is the turnaround time for a Photoshop file?
Once we have received payment, and the project has been completed/approved, the link to download the PSD file will be sent within 3 business days. The download link will expire so please download the file to your computer within a week of receiving it.
What is the policy with revising the Photoshop file?You are welcome to make changes to the Photoshop file. However, if you would like us to make revisions to the file in the future, we only do so to the file that we produced and the PSD that we have stored. We do not work with any PSD files that has been altered by a third party.