I'm writing a children's kindle ebook that I will put up for sale and may even have it for sale as print on demand in the future. I would like to use some of the children's illustrations I have found on Adobe Stock.
I have two questions:
1) As far as I understand, since the ebook/print book will be for sale, I will need to purchase the Extended License for each illustration that I use, correct?
2) Do I need to give credit to the artist? On the cover? Inside? What is the correct way to do this?
I want to make sure I am doing this correctly. Thanks for your help!
I already looked at the terms in the link, and I still have the questions that I originally posed. Can someone answer them please?
Others have asked similar questions and you can search the forums, but we cannot offer legal advice on your specific issue.
Me too Barbb the way I read it is that if you buy the extended license you can use it inside a book. I am doing a children's book and want to make sure you can sell it with Adobe Stock images,vectors etc. Don't want to promote it and it's not legal. I've been looking and still nothing yet that confirms our question.
I think the answer is there, but that's just my opinion. We cannot, and Adobe will not, offer legal advice, or interpretations of the license, because if it comes to a lawsuit ONLY the license matters. The words there are what counts, not extra explanations. If you need more specific legal advice, you must ask your own IP lawyer.