I am a current subscriber to Adobe Stock, and am in the early stages of a project where I will potentially be using stock imagery.
Before purchasing, I wanted to seek some clarification and assurance from Adobe Stock that my intended usage falls within the bounds of the standard license agreement. My understanding is still a little bit murky after reading the license agreement.
The project consists of educational worksheets/games that a customer can purchase and download as a PDF. Each worksheet or game will incorporate several stock images.
Certainly the images I will use in each game/worksheet will contribute to the value of the game, but, in reference to 3.1.b.ii.B of the standard image agreement, no single image used represents the primary value of the game. It is the combination and layout of the images, all together, which determines the value and nature of the game or worksheet.
In summary, I am creating non-customizable digital worksheets/games that a customer can purchase and download and then print. Each game/worksheet will use several stock images. Any feedback as to the appropriate usage of licensing for this project would be appreciated.
As a general rule of thumb that works in most cases is to ask yourself two questions:1: Am I making money off the images? If so, you need an extended license2: Can I sell the same product without the images? If not, then you need an extended license.Again, these are just a rule of thumb guideline that works in MOST cases.