I've been reading about the commercial use of the adobe stock images but i double check with you before buying any image.
I'm designing a book cover and i wonder if the commercial use applies here as on the rest of creative terms. We will using an image for the book cover, and for that selling it. Would it be legal use as well?
Looking forward to hearing form someone.
Yes, up to 500,000 copies, print and eBook combined.
I am also double checking that I can use adobe stock photos for educational resources that are secured as a PDF that are sold for a digital download on teacherspayteachers in my educational store. Do I need to give credit to adobe stock in the product? Can I use those images for educational resources such as non-fiction passages? Thanks!
Same rules apply. If the image is the primary element of the object it requires an extended license, If it's used just for illustration then the Standard license is sufficient u to 500,000 copies. So it really comes down to how you are using them.