Correct licence to use for modified image?

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Hi, just need some clarification here please re whether I need an extended or standard licence for some work I'm currently doing for a client.

The AS image (a room set, settee against plain wall) is being modified to show my client's painting hanging on the wall.

The painting will be offered for sale via an online art gallery. The AS image is being used only to show it in a home environment so customers can get an idea of how it looks.

I'll be using the same stock image to illustrate around twenty different paintings.

As far as I can tell, a standard licence is correct because the item being sold is the painting, not the AS photo. Could someone confirm this though please? I don't want to mislead my client!

ADE60253 Room Set 3.jpg

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Yes, you are completely in-line with what stock images are for. And a standard license will be enough.

The rules are: As long as the stock image is not the item that gets sold (printed as a poster or on a mug or similar) or the print run does not exceed those 500k, a standard license is enough.

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Correct licence to use for modified image?

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Hi, just need some clarification here please re whether I need an extended or standard licence for some work I'm currently doing for a client.

The AS image (a room set, settee against plain wall) is being modified to show my client's painting hanging on the wall.

The painting will be offered for sale via an online art gallery. The AS image is being used only to show it in a home environment so customers can get an idea of how it looks.

I'll be using the same stock image to illustrate around twenty different paintings.

As far as I can tell, a standard licence is correct because the item being sold is the painting, not the AS photo. Could someone confirm this though please? I don't want to mislead my client!

ADE60253 Room Set 3.jpg

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Correct answer by Abambo | Adobe Community Professional

Yes, you are completely in-line with what stock images are for. And a standard license will be enough.

The rules are: As long as the stock image is not the item that gets sold (printed as a poster or on a mug or similar) or the print run does not exceed those 500k, a standard license is enough.

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Yes, you are completely in-line with what stock images are for. And a standard license will be enough.

The rules are: As long as the stock image is not the item that gets sold (printed as a poster or on a mug or similar) or the print run does not exceed those 500k, a standard license is enough.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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