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J'ai acheté des photos en licence standard et pour l'une d'elle, j'utilise une partie de la photo pour présenter un produit sur un site e-commerce.
La photo ne figure que sur le site, pas physiquement sur le produit.
Je voudrais savoir si une licence standard suffit ?
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When you say that the photo will only be on the site and not physically on the product, are you using the asset for creating banners for the website?
I would like to use adobe image to create a banner presentation for commercial website.
I hope standard configuration licence is ok for that ?
If you are using one leaf(from the Adobe Stock asset) as mentioned above, it is fine to use a standard license.
But just to be sure enough that the use of the standard license is legitimate in this scenario, can you please post a screenshot of the banner you are creating?
- Case 1
I use adobe image with standard licence for category presentation, not directly for the product.
- Case 2
In fact, I suppose, use one leaf for selling product, with standard licence, is not possible, see here : Mitragyna speciosa Red Maeng Da - 50 grammes poudre - Art-ethnobotanique
As I confirmed earlier that if you wish to only use one leaf, it is fine to use a standard license as per your requirements.
Ok, I am a little suprised, about case 2, I can use standard licence to present a product, ok.
It's a good new
As per your requirements, you have stated above(also I have checked the example of your work you have shared above), you may use a standard license.
Merci beaucoup Twarita
You are welcome!