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- How are you actually planning to include that photo?
- Please provide more details about the InDesign file and what all things will it include.
- What will be the role of that photo in the file?
I am a French speaking Belgian and I am writing a book, with my Australian collaborator Robert Bywater, about a sacred geography which would date back to the Ice Age. I use the InDesign file to create a “pdf” which will be sent to “CreateSpace” (Amazon). It will be a colour book of some 300 pages with a lot of maps. I use the same InDesign file to create a fixed layout e-book for the “Kindle” tablet.
Here is the page 25 of this book.
You see it is about Mt Kailash and Mt Ararat. I would like to include photos of the two mountains in the relevant chapter. Later, I would need photos of some monuments (St Peters Basilica of Rome, Stonehenge, Tiahuanaco…).
Here is the guidelines for you: http://wwwimages.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/legal/servicetou/Adobe_Stock_Terms_en_US-2 0150313_hpc.pdf
I am certainly no lawyer but I would think you would be okay. Wouldn't hurt to add a photo credit regardless.
Thank you for giving me this information. According to the Adobe Stocks Terms, it seems I will need an extended licence.