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Re: Please HELP - Correct Adobe Stock image attribution - Social Media + Website

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Jun 28, 2018 Jun 28, 2018

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Hello Sheena Kaul

I also have some questions.

So if I add a quote to the photo and mention in small fonts my website at the bottom, that is considered modified?

If I upload it to Canva, Easil or (of course) Adobe Spark and create a post etc.. no attribution required?

Thanks in advance your help.

Lucie

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Adobe Employee , Jun 29, 2018 Jun 29, 2018
Branching to a new discussion,Hi Lucie,Sorry for a delay in response.The modifications which are to be made on Adobe Stock asset should be major, then only the attribution is not required. However, you can still give the author credits on a separate credit page which is an optional choice.If you only make minor changes like adding a quote to the photo, you must include the credit line to the photographer and the attribution is required over the image itself where it can be read in the provided f...

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Jun 29, 2018 Jun 29, 2018

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Branching to a new discussion,

Hi Lucie,

Sorry for a delay in response.

The modifications which are to be made on Adobe Stock asset should be major, then only the attribution is not required. However, you can still give the author credits on a separate credit page which is an optional choice.

If you only make minor changes like adding a quote to the photo, you must include the credit line to the photographer and the attribution is required over the image itself where it can be read in the provided format.

If you are modifying the images and uploading them to Canva, Easil or (of course) Adobe Spark, attribution is not required.

Regards,

Twarita

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