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I buy many photo from Adobe Stock for using in Printing. How can i credit those images properly?
Do I need to put every photographers' name on the image?
Is it possible if I just put >> Photographs © / Adobe Stock in on the image?
If you credit, you should do it proerly as shown in the terms.
This is the required form: © [Photographer's name] / Adobe Stock
Hi! I'm designing a book about dehydrating food where the auther has taken 98% of the images.
A handful of images of different groceries was bought on Adobe Stock (i.e. not editorial images).
My questions: Am I actually obliqued to to credit these at all? And if so, can I do that in the general credit section at the very beginning of the book? (Putting bylines directly on each image would disturb the design too much in my opinion).
I meant obliged, not obliqued🙂
Thanks, I've seen that section but it didn't answer my questions.
"Do I need to add a photo credit?
We require a photo credit to be added only when using the image in an editorial article or for social media. When editorial images are used in print, websites, blogs, etc, you must include the credit line mentioned on the Adobe Stock website and contained in the IPTC credit line field. For example, “Agency Name/Author Name - stock.adobe.com."
– Is my book considered an editorial article or is that strictly related to news productions or periodical pubs?
– Editorial images is a different image category as I recon? Images of newsworthy event or people known to public? My images are groceries ...