Hi. I'm a graduate student about to launch an online survey. I plan to include a few pictures in my survey, and I was considering using photos downloaded from Adobe Stock for that. I have access to Adobe Creative Cloud through my university. Can I simply download the photos I find on Adobe Stock and use them in my survey? Or, do I need to somehow cite them inside the survey? Thanks.
Thanks. Is there a particular format in which I'm supposed to cite them in the survey? For example, is simply including the name of the person who took/prepared the photo enough?
Photo credit is only necessary when the image is used to illustrate an editorial article or is published on social networks. When you use editorial photos in a paper document, a website, a blog, etc., you must include the credit note displayed on the Adobe Stock site and contained in the IPTC credit field. For example, "Agency name / Author name - stock.adobe.com".