Standard or Extended License?

Community Beginner ,
Aug 07, 2019 Aug 07, 2019

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I am building a website for a client who runs an online haberdashery store.

On the store there are several categories such as Sewing & Needlework; Knitting & Crochet; Patchwork & Quilting....etc.

My intention is to find images that illustrate each category. i.e. A sewing needle for Sewing & Needlework.

Although these images are in a commercial context, they are not being used to sell an individual product.

Is it OK to use a Standard License in this case, or do I need an Extended License?

Whatever the answer is, can you please let me know whether Credits or Subscription would be the best option? There will be 8 images in all.

Thank you in advance.

Jason

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 07, 2019 Aug 07, 2019

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First question:

Regardless of the context (commercial or private), your website can be built with standard licenses (if you select premium images, the cost will be higher).

See here for more information:

License information and Terms of use | Adobe Stock

Second question:

A subscription is find when you need on a regular basis stock images. There is no need to consume all credits of a months allocation as they roll over to up a year of image credits. So a 10 images / month for a year minimum is interesting if you need around 120 images per year. For peaks you can even overshoot your allocation but that will generate additional costs. A subscription is only handling standard licences(no premium, no extended)  for certain assets (no video). Premium, extended and video generate additional costs.

Image credits are useful if you have only an occasional need for stock images. Please note that the credits need to be used in between a year. With image credits you can also buy video and extended licenses.

If you have only 8 images, why not using the free test drive (10 images per month, first month free). However do not forget to cancel after the first month or you will have a subscription for a year at least.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Thank you for the clarification. I guess I got confused with this line:

Cannot use asset prominently in merchandise or products for resale

But if you say it's OK, it's OK.

Thanks again.

Jason

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JasonSeaSmith  wrote

Cannot use asset prominently in merchandise or products for resale

That specific case would be selling a T-shirt with a picture printed on, or a poster or similar. The primary value in this case is the picture, not the underlying product.

You are designing a website, that's covered by the standard license.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Again, thank you, for your help.

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You're welcome.

Regards, Abambo
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