I would like to include some of our photos on my website. Car photos to be exact. I will crop some of the photographs, and some I will include in gifs. I came across a statement that I need clarification on when I was reviewing the terms of the standard licence."Cannot use asset prominently in merchandise or products for resale"
What does that statement mean and will it affect my planned use of your stock images? I would prefer an answer from an Adobe member of staff.
Also, a standard license cannot be used in any work that you wish to commercialize because for that you'll need an extended license.
Let me know if that answers your question.
Your response did not provide the clarity I was looking for. For example if I was selling flowers through my website and clients could order flowers via my website, and I decided to use an image of a flower that I found on adobe stock, to demonstrate that I sell flowers; That would be the wrong use of a standard licence? Your response seems to suggest that. Abambo's response was more clear and easy to understand. May you please explain?
The Standard license should be ok.
Hello, I have download this image with standard licence
Can I use a part of this toc create a poster like this
Standard license items are good for web (even if you save them to gif or whatever format you want).
Cannot use asset prominently in merchandise or products for resale
Example would be a t-shirt where you print the picture on and sell the t-shirt.
I'm not a lawyer and don't work for Adobe but I see "Cannot use asset prominently in merchandise or products for resale" as referring to things you sell (merchandise is another word for things you sell, though it seems some people are using it as a verb to mean "sell"). This is not a limitation on using the image in your promotion, adverts, social media, web site etc.