An Adobe Stock license allows you to use your asset anywhere in the world, and the license never expires.
You may use the asset in print, presentations, broadcasts, websites, and on social media sites. However, you may not share or distribute the asset in any way that would let others use the asset without licensing it themselves.
Adobe Stock images cannot be used prominently in merchandise or products for resale.
University of Arizona's Adobe Enterprise account allows faculty, staff, and students to access standard images under a Standard License, which has limited conditions for use. Extended licenses cannot be made available.
With a Standard license, you may:
- Reproduce up to 500,000 copies of the asset in product packaging, printed marketing materials, digital documents, or software.
- Include the asset in email marketing, mobile advertising, or a broadcast program if the expected number of viewers is fewer than 500,000.
- Post the asset to a website with no limitation on viewers. If the asset is used in an editorial manner, attribution is required in this format (© Author Name – stock.adobe.com). Visit the Adobe Stock website for additional editorial and usage restrictions.
- Include the asset in products in a minor way, such as in a textbook.
With a Standard license, you may not:
- Create merchandise or products for resale or distribution where the main value of the product is associated with the asset itself. For example, you can’t use the asset to create a poster, t-shirt, or coffee mug that someone would buy specifically because of the asset printed on it.
- Include the asset in email marketing, mobile advertising, or a broadcast program if the expected number of viewers is greater than 500,000, so these are not licensed for use on billboards, bus wraps, mass mailers and things of that nature.