Hello, I am about to buy an image from Adobe Stock. I want to use the image for some posters designs I have made. The only questions I have remaining are:
- If I buy an image with an Extended License to produce, for example posters, is it ilegal to add my very own brand logo to the final product? I would not be using the image as my logo but my own logo would be printed in the poster containing the previously purchased adobe image.
- If I buy an image with an Extended License, am I allowed to edit, crop, cut and use only certain parts I want of the image to use for my poster ? Or must I use the image I bought as a whole all the time.
Thank you very much for your help.
Let me know if you still have any queries.
Your second question first: Yes, you may edit the picture as you like. There are very few limitations to comply with as laid out in the license terms.
Your first question: It's more complicated. If you use the picture illustrative for let's say a poster for your company (a nice sunset image for a travel agency), my appreciation is yes, you can do it.
If you want to sell the poster as a product (therefore extended license), my appreciation is: yes you can do it, but it would be wise to add the photo credit if you did not change the picture considerably. I read the license terms in that sense and I would credit the image to the author and Adobe stock.