Do I have to indicate the reference (xxx - stock.adobe.com) for photos that are displayed as teasers in article lists on our website? In the article itself the source will be shown in any case.
How can I solve this without having to insert it into the image, for example by text?
Could you expand on your intention here?
Thank you for your answer, I will try to be more specific: On our website (https://www.waldwissen.net) we use small photo formats (here 150x100px) as teaser in the article list. If we use Adobe Stock Photos, we have to indicate the source, which is no problem in the article - but how do we do that in the article list? If we insert text into the image, it is hard to read.
I notice the "Stock API" tag is selected. Are you using the API for your site? It seems it is not related to your question. In general, you should follow the terms and conditions for the site as found in this post:
One of the links above is to this page: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/help/usage-licensing.html:
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."
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