Re: Verwendung von Adobe Stock in Social Media

Jul 24, 2018

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Just to get it right, if I remove a part of the image I can use it in social media (e.g. Facebook) without including a credit into the photo?

Means, if I have the picture in 4:3 for example and I cut it into a 16:9 panorama there is no credit needed?

And: Is it enough change if I use images in a blog and include a small logo of the blog in the corner go not need a credit?

Thanks for your help.

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Hi Tobias,

If you are cropping the Adobe Stock file into 16:9 panorama, then you will not be requiring an image credit since you are cropping most part of the image, so the picture becomes modified and the credit line becomes optional.

(Note: you only need to credit the photographer when you use an unmodified image from Adobe Stock).

As per the second query, no you cannot include a logo on an unmodified image of Adobe Stock. You need to have complete ownership of the image you use for your company logo since logos are intended to be registered and protected to prevent other companies or organizations from using the same image. Because Adobe Stock only grants a right to use images and does not transfer the ownership, these images cannot be used in or as a logo. Please refer to Common Questions, Adobe Stock for more details.

Hope this information helps!

Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional questions.

Regards,

Twarita

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Re: Verwendung von Adobe Stock in Social Media

Jul 24, 2018

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Just to get it right, if I remove a part of the image I can use it in social media (e.g. Facebook) without including a credit into the photo?

Means, if I have the picture in 4:3 for example and I cut it into a 16:9 panorama there is no credit needed?

And: Is it enough change if I use images in a blog and include a small logo of the blog in the corner go not need a credit?

Thanks for your help.

Branching to a new discussion,

Hi Tobias,

If you are cropping the Adobe Stock file into 16:9 panorama, then you will not be requiring an image credit since you are cropping most part of the image, so the picture becomes modified and the credit line becomes optional.

(Note: you only need to credit the photographer when you use an unmodified image from Adobe Stock).

As per the second query, no you cannot include a logo on an unmodified image of Adobe Stock. You need to have complete ownership of the image you use for your company logo since logos are intended to be registered and protected to prevent other companies or organizations from using the same image. Because Adobe Stock only grants a right to use images and does not transfer the ownership, these images cannot be used in or as a logo. Please refer to Common Questions, Adobe Stock for more details.

Hope this information helps!

Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional questions.

Regards,

Twarita

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Branching to a new discussion,

Hi Tobias,

If you are cropping the Adobe Stock file into 16:9 panorama, then you will not be requiring an image credit since you are cropping most part of the image, so the picture becomes modified and the credit line becomes optional.

(Note: you only need to credit the photographer when you use an unmodified image from Adobe Stock).

As per the second query, no you cannot include a logo on an unmodified image of Adobe Stock. You need to have complete ownership of the image you use for your company logo since logos are intended to be registered and protected to prevent other companies or organizations from using the same image. Because Adobe Stock only grants a right to use images and does not transfer the ownership, these images cannot be used in or as a logo. Please refer to Common Questions, Adobe Stock for more details.

Hope this information helps!

Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional questions.

Regards,

Twarita

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