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I'm using multiple Adobe Stock images, in various sizes, in eLearning courses. Can I put a CREDITS section in the course where i say something like this:
ADOBE STOCK CREDIT
Photographs & images are protected by copyright law. Resale or use of any images used in this e-Learning course is prohibited.
Images © / Adobe Stock
Do I have to list each photographers name?
You mentioned in one of your earlier replies "Most books do not require a photo credit per the license agreement" does the same apply to e-Learning courses?
As per my understanding, you can include the credits in a separate section.
However, if the file is used unmodified then you can add the credit on the image itself.
Thanks for your response, I just want to confirm, I am going to put the following text verbatim in a credits section in the lesson. is this acceptable?
Certain photographs & videos used in this e-Lesson have been licensed from Adobe Stock.
These photographs & videos are protected by copyright law. Resale or use of any photos and/or videos used in this e-Learning course is prohibited.
Photographs © / Adobe Stock
Videos © / Adobe Stock
Yes, you may use the text verbatim shared in the above post in the credit section in your lesson.
Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional questions.