Adobe Stock Photo Usages

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Hi! I have a question that I cannot seem to find on the support page for "Adobe Stock." I need high-quality images to display on my website without the risk of getting copyrighted.

My question is: What license should I buy if I'm only using the pictures for a visual of my description?

Theoretical example, I'm an inspector.  And on my website, I have multiple types of inspections like highways, bridges, telephone poles, etc. I would need a visual, for the description of those set categories.

Not selling what's in the image, but my services to the subject(s) that are in the image.

Standard license is fine for your website. What you do need to do though is to optimize the image for the web. In other words change it from 300 dpi to 72 dpi so the full rez image is not on the web. This is something you should do regardless anyways to keep file size down. And as monitors are generally at 72 dpi you do not lose any image quality.

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Adobe Stock Photo Usages

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Hi! I have a question that I cannot seem to find on the support page for "Adobe Stock." I need high-quality images to display on my website without the risk of getting copyrighted.

My question is: What license should I buy if I'm only using the pictures for a visual of my description?

Theoretical example, I'm an inspector.  And on my website, I have multiple types of inspections like highways, bridges, telephone poles, etc. I would need a visual, for the description of those set categories.

Not selling what's in the image, but my services to the subject(s) that are in the image.

Standard license is fine for your website. What you do need to do though is to optimize the image for the web. In other words change it from 300 dpi to 72 dpi so the full rez image is not on the web. This is something you should do regardless anyways to keep file size down. And as monitors are generally at 72 dpi you do not lose any image quality.

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Standard license is fine for your website. What you do need to do though is to optimize the image for the web. In other words change it from 300 dpi to 72 dpi so the full rez image is not on the web. This is something you should do regardless anyways to keep file size down. And as monitors are generally at 72 dpi you do not lose any image quality.

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Thank you very much for this information! And im glad you told me about changing the size, because i would have left it the original size.

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