1. Log in at http://stock.adobe.com
2. Select "License History" in the dropdown menu directly under your login name at the upper right of the page.
3. Click on the image ID you want from the list that comes up to get the image details.
4. Choose "Save to Desktop" (or "Save to CC Library") to [re-]download the full high-resolution image.
Hope that helps!
Thanks so much! I spent over an hour trying to figure this out. I was just about to give up. Adobe Help is useless.
In searching for an answer to my question, I found your reply to someone's question. Maybe you can help me. I know enough about photography to be dangerous. I was just watching you tube video about resolution for my degree of knowledge.
My question is, I just licensed 3 photographs. The size of one the photos in Stock is 8688 x 5792px the file # is: FILE #: 104762135.
When I downloaded it into Photos on my MacBook Pro the size is: 160 × 107 9 KB And it looks teenie tiny. I will be using these images for my website. And brochures. Should I be concerned with the quality in my final project?
Thank you! Rachelle Sher
Maybe you can help me again, I am trying to license image # 93199630
It is a Premium collection (US$499.99) I researched and found, that I can not include premium images. With that said.
I had previously searched for an image of a senior person learning iPhone/iPad. I saved the watermarked while I look for ones I liked better. I then found the Premium one that I can not have in my subscription. I went back to look at the one prior and accidentally licensed it! The image number is 74641795. It does not have the homey feeling as does the one I can't have. How can I 'return' the license!!