We offer digital downloads in multiple pixel sizes ranging from:
For an additional fee, image downloads can include a GeoTIFF file. This is a TIFF imagery file which has geographic data embedded as tags that provides the ability to import the image into GIS (ESRI ArcMap/ArcGIS), CAD (AutoCAD), Image Processing, or Desktop Mapping software. The GeoTIFF metadata provides geographic spatial information to associate the image data. The TIFF file format permits both the image data and metadata to be encoded in one file.
We offer three different types of downloads: JPG, Geotiff, and PDF. The JPG file contains the image in the .jpg format that is a relatively universal image format.
This is the most common image format used on the internet. This will work in most imagery programs.
Each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a 2D document that includes the text, fonts, images, and 2D vector graphics. This format is read by Adobe Acrobat and Reader.
The GeoTIFF metadata provides geographic spatial information to associate the image data. The TIFF file format permits both the image data and metadata to be encoded in one file.
As soon as you click the purchase button on TerraServer.com, your digital images are available for download. An email is sent with instructions for downloading the image and purchased imagery remains available to you as long as you are a customer on TerraServer.
Since you are choosing the imagery that you purchase from our Image Viewer, you decide exactly what you are paying for. You can click on any of the image sizes at the bottom of the viewer and see exactly what you would be purchasing