FAQs

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After I make a purchase, how do I get my content?

Once your payment goes through, you will be sent an email, immediately, that contains a link for you to download your content. Content is sent in the form of a zip folder.

How Will My Purchase Appear in My Bank or On My Card Statement?

Your purchase will appear as a charge from Just Eat It Photo or Wix, depending on how your bank or card company decides to display it. 

I made a purchase, but I never received a download link, what do I do?

First, check your spam folder. If you don't see it there either, shoot us a quick message through our contact form, or contact us through our Facebook group and we will resend the email with your download link. 

My Download Link Doesn't Work, Why?

Download links are only available for 30 days. If yours expired or doesn't work for another reason, contact us, and we'll send another download link. 

Do the watermarks shown in the samples remain on the photos after they're purchased?

Nope! You will receive unmarked photos for you to use as you please.

What is PLR? How do I use PLR?

PLR stands for "private label rights." PLR is basically the next step beyond semi-exclusive. It's sold at a much smaller price because an undetermined amount of people could possibly purchase it.

 

It should act like a really good outline and be tweaked to have your own touch in order to make it different. PLR cannot be resold and it should never be copied and pasted onto your blog without adjustments. Beyond that, use it as you please! PLR is the most budget-friendly content option.

What is limited PLR?

Limited PLR is sold to more people than semi-exclusive (over 6), but has a limit unlike normal PLR. The number of people it's being sold to will be noted in each listing.

 

It's a bit more expensive than unlimited PLR, but it's still super discounted in comparison with semi-exclusive and exclusive. You'll still need to edit it like you would normal PLR in order to make it more unique. 

How can I edit PLR images to be more unique?

 You can crop, make basic edits, and add your logo as a couple of ways. You can also change out the background, which is much easier than it sounds. Check out my Tutorial!

What does semi-exclusive mean?

This means there is more than one set being sold of the same recipe, but it's very limited. The process photos and recipe document are shared, while the final photos are unique to each set. I rarely go over three sets when selling semi-exclusive, however, it will be noted in the listing how many sets I'm selling of the recipe. Semi-exclusive is more expensive than PLR, but cheaper than exclusive. It cannot be resold or duplicated.

What does exclusive mean?

This means that the recipe and photos are only being sold to one person, and one person only. Exclusive is more expensive than semi-exclusive and PLR, but you get to keep full rights to do with it as you please. You can resell it, post it to your site, etc. 

Are Exclusive or Semi-Exclusive recipes ever repurposed and used as PLR?

No, neither exclusive or semi-exclusive recipes that have sold are ever used as PLR. The only time you'll see a recipe switched from exclusive or semi-exclusive to PLR is if ZERO sets of the semi-exclusive sold and if the exclusive didn't sell. If ANY sets of the semi-exclusive sell, we do not use the unsold sets as PLR. 

How do I sign up for the email list to get notifications of new content?

Simply go to the home page and to the left of the screen, you'll see a spot to enter your email. Easy peasy! 

Is there a quicker way to know when recipes are added to the site?

You betcha! Join our Facebook group and get daily updates about recipe plans and additions.

Are your photos high resolution?

Yes! All of our photos are high res. 

What Camera Do You Use for Food Photography?

I shoot all my recipes with the Sony a7 II Mirrorless Camera. When purchased from Best Buy, it comes with a 28-70mm lens.

What Lens Do You Use for Food Photography?

It's important to have a lens that allows you to shoot up close, but also gives you a bit of range so you can get shots of bigger setups, such as turkey. I use a Sony 28-70mm and a Sony 90mm macro lens. The 28-70mm came with my camera when I bought it from Best Buy. You don't need a ton of lenses when it comes to food photography.