I need some clarification on image rights.
I want to use and alter (with modifications, effects etc) an Adobe Stock image to create a piece of artwork while recording my screen. I then plan to publish the screen recording to YouTube, while making the flattened artwork file available as a free download as an educational resource. Is this possible under the copyright agreement?
So while people who download the artwork will have access to the file, the image will have changed substantially from the original stock image, therefore they won't have access to an original, high res version of the original stock image.
Thanks for any help.
You can certainly do that in your video. However you can't redistribute the file. In this case you would be safer to simply add a link to where the viewer can get the file.