because your question is made in a little bit general manner (in my eyes sorry), therefore, I would like to propose that you use for a first information Adobe's help link: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/faq.html and have a look at the different title headings, like
Adobe Stock usage and licensing or
Plans, purchasing, and availability aso.
Hi hans-g, thank you for responding.
I looked through Adobe's faqs, but I didn't see the answer to my question.
They say that book covers require a standard license (up to a limited amount of copies) and templates require an extended license. So my question is, are premade book covers considered like a regular book cover, or are they considered templates? (I hope my question is clearer now...)
In the first post you mentioned you "sell them to one user".
If you intend to make monetary gain out of stock images then you should go for an extended license.
Please refer to stock licensing terms for better understanding.
Thank you for clearing that up for me!
Sorry to resurrect this old question, but I had the same question as the OP about premade book covers. If one blends multiple images and uses effects and textures (plus obviously typography over top), it's not as simple as "reselling a stock image". it's a new image created out of stock images. Does this still require an extended license? A lot of designers have premade book covers available as a cost effective way to get a cover. Having to buy an extended license for every image used would wipe out any profit to be made. I believe other stock image services do not require an extended license for this, that's how other designers manage to offer premades for sale at reasonable rates. I would hate to have to sign up with someone else for this...