How Do I Get The Extended Stock License From Adobe Stock/Selling with Extended Stock Version

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Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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Hello!

I was wondering if anyone could help me understand these questions below... I can't seem to find the answers anywhere on the forum. 

 

I bought the license of a particular stock image (from adobe stock - https://stock.adobe.com) and added a character in it. In other words, the stock image is the background of the person in the photo. 

 

If I wanted to sell this photo of this person using the stock image as a background. Is this possible? I really don't think it is, but I've been getting conflicting information from the "chat" agents. One chat agent stated that if I bought the EXTENDED version of the stock image, that I would be able to sell my image. Another one said that this is not possible. I've read and read and read all that I can read, and I think that the extended version of the stock image makes it possible to sell your image. 

 

If this is true, how do I go about doing this?

 

When I click on "buy" on a stock image, it doesn't let me choose whether to buy the standard stock version or the extended stock version. I actually have to join a monthly plan to even proceed further. So I did that. Then I go to my stock library and see the "standard" stock image I chose. I then click on "license again" to see if the button for the extended version pops up for me and it states "Are you sure you want to license this asset again?" I didn't click yes because I'm not sure what the next screen will show. Will the next screen give me the option to purchase the extended stock version of this image or will it just license (standard) all over again?

 

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I'm trying to get the extended version of the top image

The bottom image has an extended version, but I got help from an Agent to do that and I can't seem to duplicate the steps for the first stock image. 

 

I know timing is slow with responses, and so I'll really appreciate it if anyone can help me with these questions. 

 

Thanks. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021
[Moderator moved from Stock Contributors to Stock.] See licensing information below.  https://stock.adobe.com/license-terms A stock background is typically fine for use in your own composite images.  The type of license you purchase (standard, enhanced or extended) determines how the stock image may used and in how much quantity. 

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[Moderator moved from Stock Contributors to Stock.]

 

See licensing information below. 

https://stock.adobe.com/license-terms

 

A stock background is typically fine for use in your own composite images.  The type of license you purchase (standard, enhanced or extended) determines how the stock image may used and in how much quantity. 

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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