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New Here ,
Apr 09, 2020 Apr 09, 2020

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Hi I am very new here and just started to upload some test pictures

So am I able to upload just what I have and adobe will check it on their own if it is allowed due to licencing, just in case I post a building or a sculpture, where I dont know if it is allowed to do??

Or will I end up in some trouble if I use inadvertently a Picture that I did not know about that it was not ok?? Thank you guys

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LEGEND ,
Apr 10, 2020 Apr 10, 2020

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As a commercial photographer YOU need to know about and understand intellectual property rights. You must not just rely on Adobe to do your checking for you. But Adobe won't punish you for a few mistakes, unless you keep repeating them. As a simple starting point, don't upload any sculpture under 100 years old, or any recognisable building. Read Adobe's guidelines carefully, and accept that they are often inconvenient or impossible. Good luck with your future work!

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Apr 10, 2020 Apr 10, 2020

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Thank you so far..

I am actually not a professional or comercial fotographer, thats why I am asking...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 10, 2020 Apr 10, 2020

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Adobe checks the pictures and refuses a lot on IP violation if the image is not to be used for commercial use. However, you are still the one who took the picture and put it into stock. So you will be the responsible for any violation that you may have done.

 

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