Adobe Stock vs. Getty Images vs. EyeEm

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Dec 23, 2020

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Hello Stock contributors.
I have a question before I start to upload images in the Adobe Stock platform.
I have currently 7.7K photos on the EyeEm Market.
4.6K of these photos are on Getty Images via EyeEm and a lot of photos are via EyeEm in the EyeEm x Adobe Stock collection. (I dont know how much really)
Is there a problem when I want to upload pictures directly to Adobe Stock?
Is there a problem with duplicates?
Are Adobe Stock photos going to other Stock agencies like Getty Images or Alamy?

Thanks for your help!
Michael

 

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Adobe Stock vs. Getty Images vs. EyeEm

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Hello Stock contributors.
I have a question before I start to upload images in the Adobe Stock platform.
I have currently 7.7K photos on the EyeEm Market.
4.6K of these photos are on Getty Images via EyeEm and a lot of photos are via EyeEm in the EyeEm x Adobe Stock collection. (I dont know how much really)
Is there a problem when I want to upload pictures directly to Adobe Stock?
Is there a problem with duplicates?
Are Adobe Stock photos going to other Stock agencies like Getty Images or Alamy?

Thanks for your help!
Michael

 

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Dec 27, 2020

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Adobe does not require the exclusive, so you can sell your pictures on any additional platform of your choice.

 

However, if you pictures are in Adobe stock via a collaboration with a different provider, you need first to pull them out of Adobe stock, before you can upload them directly to Adobe.

I looked into EyeEm now, and I see only a colaboration with Getty and not Adobe Stock. 

If you put your images in Adobe stock, they are available only on Adobe Stock. However, there is a number of partners to Adobe stock selling special itemes like posters or wall papers, and they access Adobe stock via Adobe's API. Sales on their platform will generate income for you.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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