I had an adobe stock free trial for a short time. During the trial, I downloaded an image of a butterfly with the standard license. I later ended my free trial because the subscription monthly fees were too expensive. My question: can I use the downloaded butterfly image on a company website? The standard licensing terms say you can use adobe stock assets for a website. But does the license end when my subscription ends? I cannot get back into my account now to get the photo credit for the butterfly image. I cannot even view which images I downloaded during my free trial.
I can see that you signed into the forums with the same Adobe ID you used to license the stock asset you are asking about. You should be able to sign into https://stock.adobe.com and open your license history to see the asset you licensed. Just open the menu under your name after you sign into Adobe Stock. You'll be able to download the file from the License History.
Let us know if you need further assistance.
And you are correct the standard license covers website use.
Ah, I see now. Thanks!
On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 7:12 PM EvilBugQueen1 <email@example.com>