Hi and Thank you in advance.
I have a standard license for 7 photos which I utilized as artistic resources for scenes of a children's book I am illustrating. I manipulated each photo and painted my characters or used the backgrounds using the Adobe stock photos. An example of the result is posted with this inquiry.
My question is, what do I print to show I do have the standard license? How can I capture this fact to share with the author of the book and keep for my own records in case anyone questions me 2 years from now.
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You will still have your licence history. If you want to store that with your pictures, I recommend a screenshot of that. Then there are the terms of the licence that you can download and store with the assets. That is how I do, to keep track on my licenced assets, especially as I work for a company that may not always know where the assets are from and what they can do with.
As for the editor (not necessarily the same as the author), they need to know the limits of the standard licence. Basically, in their contract with you, they should agree to respect the limits of the Adobe stock licence where applicable.
Incidentally: you should not post here the original Adobe asset. By doing so, you are in violation of the licencing terms. 😞