Derivative Credits

Engaged ,
Oct 20, 2018 Oct 20, 2018

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Hi,

I'm working on a book about state symbols. Suppose I find public domain images of California's state flower and tree and make my own picture of the state flag. I modify the first two pictures and combine all three into a single picture that I can now claim as my own.

Now suppose I purchase a picture of California's tree from Adobe. I modify it and add it to my bigger picture.

What would be the proper way to legally describe the resulting picture? Can I say "Copyright David Blomstrom," or would I have to say "Copyright David Blomstrom...except for the state tree, which I purchased from Adobe"? Or should I describe the work as a "Derivative, copyright David Blomstrom," or something like that?

Thak you.

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Adobe Employee , Oct 22, 2018 Oct 22, 2018
Hi David,Please see Stock Licensing & terms FAQ: Where can I find the terms and licensing information for Adobe Stock? for more details on the terms of use and restrictions on the licenses.Let me know if that helps!Regards,Sheena

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Oct 22, 2018 Oct 22, 2018

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Hi David,

Please see Stock Licensing & terms FAQ: Where can I find the terms and licensing information for Adobe Stock? for more details on the terms of use and restrictions on the licenses.

Let me know if that helps!

Regards,

Sheena

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