We have a brand new look! Take a tour with us and explore the latest updates on Adobe Support Community.
Bei einem Foto, für das ich kürzlich eine Lizenz erworben habe, findet sich in den Daten keine Angabe zum Copyright. Ich will das Foto für meine Website nutzen und muss da ja einen Bildnachweis angeben. Was mache ich jetzt?
For one photo which I recently bought a license for there is no copyright information available. But when using it on my website - which I intend to do -, I need to publish the info on photo credits. What to do now?
Copy link to clipboard
Thank you for your answer, EBQ, but that is not quite the information I need. My question is not where to put the credit on my website - the problem is the fact that the photo comes with no credit at all. When I click onto the details of the photo, it reads like this:
As you can see, there simply is no information on the copyright. So how can I find out who holds the copyright?
Hmm... If you search for the asset ID on the Adobe Stock website and download the file then you would have a version of the file where the information isn't stripped out I would think.
Aaahh, that's it! When I search for the asset ID and then doubleclick on the picture to have it shown - without downloading it - then it looks like this:
So "Panoramo" must be the copyright holder, right?
Thank you so much for your help!
Seems so! It appears under properties of the downloaded file as well. I'm glad I could help you.