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I have licensed several images for a poster I am designing. I bought them under the standard license. I am cutting out the images and compositing them into a scene. A beach scene. People, surfboards, cars. The poster is going to be resold for an event. Does the standard license cover the commercial use of this type of poster. I also turned the photos into a digital painting. The poster is more artwork than actual photographs. I made sure no faces where recognizable. I am wondering if this ok. I have read the terms and it sounds like it is ok. As long as they sell under 500,000 copies.

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KanikaS Adobe Employee , Jun 05, 2017
Hi Richardr66492469, It's great that you have read the terms and have understood them. Please see the specifications for standard license:Hope this Helps.You may also contact support for help and information.Regards Kanika

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Hi Richardr66492469,

It's great that you have read the terms and have understood them. Please see the specifications for standard license:

Hope this Helps.

You may also contact support for help and information.

Regards

Kanika

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