I’ve written a Community Content booklet. I used an image with the Standard License for the cover. The book is a fan project that is offered not for free online. I had no hired help, but some friends helped out with things they are better at then me for free. Some of them would like to track how many downloads the book gets. The only possibility on that platform is to share the revenues with them. Do I transgress against the Standard License, if I give them a symbolic 1% which is required in order to track downloads. We are not a legal entity and not an enterprise either
What has this to do with Adobe Stock?
Do I require a different, perhaps an Expanded License/Team License, if more persons than just me benefit financially from the usage of an image that was aquired on Adobe Stock with the Standard License?
(Sorry, if it may sound/read dump. I'm new to this business.)
No, you have acquired the asset with a standard license and as long as you do not sell more then 500k copies you will be OK, if and only if the image is not the main reason to acquire your book.
You may share the revenues with your book with whom you want. That does not change anything to the licensing terms.