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I don't think this is an option with Adobe Stock, but I'll raise this as a feature request to the product team.
Yes, I need this option too!
Same here. Dollar Photo Club allowed you to search within an author's portfolio which is very very useful. Now I have to page through a massive amount of images when I really only want the results for specific authors. This is making things really difficult...
I really miss this feature..
Yes please --- this is driving me crazy. I have an artist who does incredible work and has many hundreds of images. I would like to maintain the look and feel of my project and use her content..............but I don't have and hours to search through your database
I'm surprised and disappointed that Adobe Stock doesn't have this feature. Most other stock providers give the option of searching within a specific artist's portfolio. The Dollar Photo Club was so much better organized.
Ugh...please tell me this will be possible soon.
Very annoying not being able to search inside of an artist's portfolio. When you find someone who creates great content, it makes it easy to see what they have that matches a new project. Also makes it easy to keep a simple "theme" or look/feel across different projects...or the same website.
Please, please, please add this ASAP.
Being able to search within a portfolio is a must. This should have been available from the start. It's kind of basic, actually, keeping in mind that the best portfolios have lots of pages with all kinds of images.
I am being driven mad by not being able to do this. It's not hard to add it, please add this functionality. I am left feeling that Adobe is too big - it does not react quickly enough to simple customer functionality requests. This is a pretty simple request.
+1. How is this already not an option?
I have been doing this as it is the only workaround I could think of.
I search over at Fotolia, using their search facilities and when I find the image I want I copy the file # and put that into the Adobe Stock search box. They are using the same photo file id numbers so this works.
While Adobe hasn't designed the site well for searching beyond the most basic of searches, you CAN search for specific keywords within a given portfolio, you just need to know how to edit the actual URL and what the URL for a search looks like.
Here's an example of a basic URL for a portfolio:
Here's an example of a search for two keywords:
Notice how there is a pattern in the queries of data_field=item
You combine queries with an ampersand (&). So to search for just zombie hands in this particular portfolio, you would enter the portfolio and add "&k=zombie+hands" to the end of the URL, looking like this:
Voila! Searching within a portfolio. The actual coding behind the site allows for more powerful search strings. It's just the interface that doesn't show these options.