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Just tried to finish a flier in Photoshop that contained an image of Ben Franklin from the 100 dollar bill with a medical mask on his face. (Mask came with image.)
Photoshop said it violated counterfit laws. Referred me to the gov't page. It did not violate the government guidelines.
[moved to Adobe Stock by moderator]
Please read this (in particular the section titled "Supply pertinent information for quicker answers"):
Which file format was the original image and in which format did you save it?
Add your complaint to the existing Bug Report/Feature Request …
Photoshop has a counterfeit deterrence system (CDS) that prevents the use of the product to illegally duplicate banknotes.
What is the number of the Adobe Stock item that you used?
Sounds as if Adobe Stock made a mistake in accepting an image that breaches US law. I suggest you rethink the design.
Not exactly, there are other ways to manipulate such an image so that it does not look like actual currency. Changing colors is one way.
Thanks for quick response. It was a jpeg in a pdf. What was remarkable was that the jpg. was purchased from adobe stock.
Which version did Photoshop refuse to open?
Please post meaningful screenshots.