When searching for Stock images I find it annoying to have to dial in black (#000000) if I want to search for just B&W images and even doing this I still receive image results that contain color does anyone else share this sentiment?
My suggestion is that you add 2 checkboxes (:white_large_square:) in the color area of the filters 'sidebar' on for pure B&W images and one for images that contain color, If the user checks (:ballot_box_with_check:) the color checkbox this would invoke the color picker allowing them to dial in a specific color
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Thanks for the feedback.
I will be passing the same to the Stock team. It would be great if you could also put the feature request here as this space is constantly monitored by the product teams.
Hi Sheena, I went to the Feature Requests page with no success to find Adobe Stock. Unless I missed something obvious in this list, shall I log it against Creative Cloud ?
Yes you can.
Thanks for confirming.
Thank you for your feedback. Members of Adobe Stock product team monitor the this forum and your comment above has been noted. It won't be necessary for you to submit on the feature request page. We are working to have Adobe Stock added to the this page however.
Excellent suggestion - we hope to add this in the near future. In the meantime, if you slide the new "Vivid Color" filter all the way to the left, you'll get more B&W images in your results. Not a complete solution, but should help.
a filter for grayscale [b&w] images would be very helpful. sliding vivid to the left is not so much of an optimal solution. this suggested work around was posted in 2017, hoping that creating an appropriate filter is possible—thanks