With the basic license for stock imagery I know that there is an issue with sharing on social media if you share things in a way that allows it to be used by others that are unlicensed.
I take this as meaning that I shouldn't share an image in a way that the image can just be downloaded and reused, but this is my question:
If I purchase some flourishes (components used to make fancy borders) and then make a meme, for instance, and share that, I really haven't given anyone the ability to reuse that without taking the image apart and using the constituent pieces, so is that OK?
I.e., If I purchase pieces that I would use to build a border to frame something and then frame my own content and post it on Pinterest, for instance, am I OK?
Also, you would need an Extended license if you wish to commercialize the usage.
Thanks for your answer but the reason I posted was to get a clarification from a representative on the Standard licensing terms because the documents are not clear?
Under the standard terms can I create an image of my own design only partially including a couple of Adobe graphical components as elements and have that shared on Pinterest?
If you are using an Adobe Stock image in social media you need to add a photo credit directly onto the image. Even if the stock image is only part of the overall image you need to do this.