Yes! you can use it.
Also, please refer the following:
Your response is unclear ... are you saying I MUST use a credit and that the information in the FAQ is INCORRECT?
“We require a photo credit to be added only when using the image in an editorial article or for social media.”
Or are you saying that providing the credit is optional??? PLEASE CLARIFY YOUR RESPONSE!
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Please accept my apologies for being little unclear.
Having an extended license gives you liberty to sell your image - gain monetary benefit and removes print restrictions but when it comes to editorial use, we need to embark credit as: Agency Name/Author Name - stock.adobe.com
- May not be used for commercial purposes such as advertisements, promotions, advertorials, merchandise, etc. - even if you have obtained an extended license.
- When editorial images are used in print, websites, blogs, and so on, you must include the credit line shown on the site and contained in the IPTC credit line field, i.e., “Agency Name/Author Name - stock.adobe.com.
Also, please go through section 3.4 of: http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/legal/servicetou/Adobe_Stock_Terms-en_US-20161015 _2200.pdf
Hope this helps.
We don't currently offer assets that are for editorial use only, which is why you won't see any images labeled as such.
Sorry for any confusion caused.
Thanks for clarifying that Bev. Being very clear on how images are treated becomes extremely important in the event issues come up and lawyers get involved ...
So to be absolutely clear: when I use an Adobe Stock image (not editorial) I DO NOT NEED TO CREDIT EITHER THE PHOTOGRAPHER OR ADOBE STOCK ... right?
It depends how the image is being used eg for social media use you need to include a copyright notice. However, this is not required on items for resale. Please refer back to the Stock terms for details.
thanks Bev for the clarification. I am no using these images on social media.