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Specifications of the pictures

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Nov 11, 2018 Nov 11, 2018

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Regarding specifications of the pictures, I’d like to know the following points, please:

0. The pictures I’ve uploaded don’t contain my watermark. Therefore, I’m wondering how do you manage my picture’s rights. Do you add one? And the third party that downloads the picture? Are they able to forward them? Sell them?

0. How is the pricing set? Meaning do you have a rate for each picture or should I send you my prices?

0. can I mange my license of the use of my images, for example :which country can use my images?

Thank you in advance.

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 12, 2018 Nov 12, 2018
Adobe manages the rights for you. But as soon as someone bought the image, he is free (technically) to use the image as he want. The user can also (not always in line with the license) make the image available to a third party. But as long as the image is not bought, you can only download a watermarked small preview of your artwork.You get a percentage if the sales. The real amount is dependant on the subscription the buyer has. The more he pays, the more you get. Adobe collects your royalties a...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 11, 2018 Nov 11, 2018

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Hello,

You should read about Adobe Stock here:

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And read the other information.

Regarding the watermark, if the photo etc is approved, it appears online with the Adobe Stock watermark.

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Adobe manages the rights for you. But as soon as someone bought the image, he is free (technically) to use the image as he want. The user can also (not always in line with the license) make the image available to a third party. But as long as the image is not bought, you can only download a watermarked small preview of your artwork.

You get a percentage if the sales. The real amount is dependant on the subscription the buyer has. The more he pays, the more you get. Adobe collects your royalties and will pay them out as soon as you reach a certain threshold.

Adobe sells your images worldwide. And you have no influence on the regions where the image is available. The only influence you have is deleting the image after it has been approved.

Please read carefully the quality and legal requirements before posting an image. Adobe is quite picky on quality and any missing property/model release will result in refusals. Also IP violation is a common ground for starters to get refusals as any visible logo or identifiable scripture needs to be editited out: business names, logos, even colours and forms will sometimes trigger IP violation (eg Coca Cola bottle, Fendt-green machines).

It is advisable to start in small steps, to get a feeling of what gets refused and what gets accepted.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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