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Editing Stock photos & website use

New Here ,
Mar 22, 2021 Mar 22, 2021

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Hi there, I've liscenced stock photos of room setups with empty frames & on photoshop inserted my own artworks(prints) into the frames. I am wanting to put these images up on my website as it saves me paying to have my artwork photographed professionally. From what I've understood from the basic liscencing on Stock is that this shouldnt be a problem. But I dont know if I need to credit adobe for the stock photos on my website, or if liscensing changes due to me having edited the images (inserting my artwork). If anyone knows anything regarding editing & website usage, your help would be much appreciated! Thank you. Shania

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Mar 22, 2021 Mar 22, 2021

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Hi I have a follow up question regarding using Adobe Stock Images on a Website.  I order to "fit" an image I may need to crop it.  I want to be sure I am giving credit in the event that some of the image is cropped away.  

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