Adobe Stock not working in Photoshop

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Jan 11, 2018 Jan 11, 2018

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Why am I paying ALLOT for adobe stock when allot of the stuff does not work in photoshop.

I bought this image Gold glitter particles of magic glittering stardust - Buy this stock vector and explore similar vect...

and It downloads to a small blurred images not at all what its supposed to be.

I don't own illustrator and will not purchase it just to use adobe stock.

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Adobe Employee , Jan 11, 2018 Jan 11, 2018
Hi Lindi,In Illustrator the image works perfectly.However, Photoshop can’t handle an EPS vector file, and rasterizes it at opening. You can open a vector file in Photoshop, but don’t expect to edit it.In order to work with vectors in Photoshop, you should place them as Smart Objects. That preserves the vector appearance without rasterizing them. Please see: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/create-smart-objects.html​Let me know if that helps!Regards,Sheena

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Hi Lindi,

Since it is a vector file the default application would be Illustrator for such files.

But I too tried to open the image in Photoshop and it was appearing blurred.

Let me get this checked with the team and update you.

Regards,

Sheena

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Hi Lindi,

In Illustrator the image works perfectly.

However, Photoshop can’t handle an EPS vector file, and rasterizes it at opening.

You can open a vector file in Photoshop, but don’t expect to edit it.

In order to work with vectors in Photoshop, you should place them as Smart Objects. That preserves the vector appearance without rasterizing them. Please see: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/create-smart-objects.html

Let me know if that helps!

Regards,

Sheena

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