Virtual Oceania includes the following website: Virtual Australia, Virtual New Caledonia, Virtual Zealand, and Virtual Tonga. Virtual Oceania displays photos covered under different licences. Most photos are owned by us and are under copyright.
If you want to use our photos outside of the above restrictions, want to use more photos than allowed above, or want to use the original photo rather than the low res JPGs displayed, then you can contact us with your request, or purchase a license. A licence gives you Royalty-Free usage and you get the original file.More information about our photos
Our original image files are in TIF format and are 600 dpi. The resulting digital files sizes range from 4000 x 2800 to 7000 x 5000 pixels, and each file ranges within 75 to 200 mb in size.
All our photos are available for licensing. They are owned by Virtualtopia our parent company. We are not an agency for other photographers. All licenses for our photographs are between you and Virtualtopia only, there are no additional complications in dealing with photographers and any restrictions that photographers can place on their work.
Our unique photos have been used by governments, companies, organisations, education organisations, and individuals all over the world. Uses include: calendars, brochures, magazines, books, posters, business cards, packaging, clothing, web sites, CDs, DVDs, and corporate presentations, etc. Some of our clients include multinational companies, international news broadcasters, encyclopaedia and educational institutions, advertisers, tourism organisations, government departments, and small companies and individuals. Our list of clients come from many different countries.
If you are interested in licensing our images for use in your organisation, company or project, then all you need to do is choose a license to proceed.
Creative Commons licences
You are free to create, remix, and make derivative works based on the photo, as long as you distribute the derivative work under this ShareAlike Creative Commons license. You must give credit to the owner of the photo.