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Buying photos in InDesign from a different Adobe account

New Here ,
May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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I have to design a book for a client with InDesign. The book has lot of photos from Adobe Stock.

I need to insert the photos from my client library and put them into my InDesign (he pays for the photos), so when I share the document, he can buy the images directly from his account.


I have not found how to do that. Using his shared libraries don't allow him to make the payment directly, as InDesign is related to my Adobe account.

The only way I found is send him all the photos codes and he search all the photos one by one, download them and send them to me, which seems a bit of none efficient way to do it.

 

Any help will be very welcome

 

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May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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You can't share your InDesign account!

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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New Here ,
May 18, 2023 May 18, 2023

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Hi Abambo

Thanks for your reply.

 

Maybe you can recommend me how is the best way to do this...

I'm designing a publication with InDesign (380 pages).

It has quite a lot of photos from Adobe Stock.

The photos are in my clients Adobe account, so he pays for them.

How would be the best workflow do you recommend in this case?

 

As we did it before, I selected the photos, send the code number to him.

Then he download them and send the me the files. Then I integrated in the publication.

For sure it has to be a different way to do it, this takes a lot of time, but I could not find how.

 

Any suggestion will be very appreciated.

Thanks!

 

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May 18, 2023 May 18, 2023

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This is a tricky question, as I haven't done this until now, as this. My needs were more like one or two stock assets to complement what was available by the customer on its own. You could see if shared libraries work.

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Jun 03, 2023 Jun 03, 2023

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Thanks Abambo.

No, shared libraries do not work... 😞

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Sorry, I'm out of suggestions. 

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