Images FAQ

  • What types of images will I find within the Images application?

    Images contains Geiger International white sweep, environment and detail product photography and renderings. The images can be viewed, downloaded or e-mailed. Low-, medium- and high-resolution formats are available for downloading. Low-resolution files are available for e-mailing.

  • How do I find specific product images?

    There are two ways to find images within the Images application. One is to perform a "Keyword Search". The second is to "Browse by Category" by selecting a product or designer name. Selecting one will take you to a search results page with the images associated to that product or designer.

  • What if I'm only interested in images on a white sweep?

    Image results can be filtered by White Sweep, Environment, and Detail photography. All three are selected as the default. If you only want White Sweep images, then deselect "Environment" and "Detail" and click "Go".

  • What if I only want my search or browse results to display photographs (versus renderings)?

    Image results can be filtered by Photo and Rendering. Both are selected as the default. If you only want photographs, then deselect "Rendering" and click "Go".

  • May I download multiple images at one time?

    Multiple images can be downloaded at one time by checking the boxes on the search results page then selecting "Download Selected". A pop-up screen will then appear where you select the type of resolution you need. After selecting the resolution, click "Download Zip File". If any of the selected images are not available at the desired resolution, the highest available resolution for an image will be downloaded instead.

  • Approximately how large are the low-, medium-, and high-resolution files that are available for downloading?

    The low-res files are 300KB or less; the medium-res files are 1.2MB or less; and the high-res files are 3.5MB or less.

  • What is a Zip file, and how do I open one?

    Zipped files are files that have been compressed to use the smallest amount of memory possible. Zipped files are easier and more efficient to download, store and send over the Internet or by e-mail. After downloading,"unzip" the file to have access to the individual items contained within it. To unzip the file, you need to use WinZip, an inexpensive Windows utility, or UltimateZIP, a free, downloadable program. If you don't have WinZip or UltimateZIP installed on your computer, visit or

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