I use a lot of AS pictures but now my media team are talking about repurposing them for media use to support PR stories we send. To give some context they would be edited rooms scenes where we would change the colours of the walls. These are for promotional use, not advertising
Some specific questions...
- How long can we use the images for? we want to keep them in circulation for a year.
- Are we allowed to edit the pictures and use them publicly for editorial purposes?
- If we got a picture on a busy news website with millions of unique users every day, how would this impact the license?
- Who do we credit? The name of the picture owner or Adobe Stock?
- Who do we credit if we edit the picture?
You can definitely keep the image with you as long you see it under your License history.
In case you are using them in public, you will need Extended licenses. Extended licenses also allow you to use the image file to create products or services that are intended for re-sale or distribution. This usage includes postcards, calendars, posters, t-shirts, print and presentation templates. Please see Stock FAQ: What are Extended licenses?
You always need to credit the contributor.
For further queries, please visit Common Questions, Adobe Stock
Let me know if that helps!