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Adobe Stock

Course Description

1 Hour 49 Minutes

8 Course Videos

Adobe Stock allows users to find the perfect stock asset for their next creative project.  It is a service providing users access to millions of high-quality, curated and royalty-free photos, illustrations, vector graphics and more!

Users Can:

  • Use these assets on any and all of their creative work.
  • Explore diverse collections of the most incredible high-resolution, royalty-free, stock assets
  • Find the perfect high-res, royalty-free, stock image to enhance their next creative project
  • Preview watermarked images inside designs first, then license, access and manage them directly within Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and other Adobe desktop apps all from within their Adobe Creative Cloud apps.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1

  1. Instructor Info
  2. Course Info
  3. Interface and Features
  4. Images
  5. Videos and Licensing
  6. Templaes and Premium
  7. Contributing Content
  8. Best Practices when Contributing

Adobe Stock

Adobe Stock is a service that provides designers and businesses with access to millions of high-quality curated and royalty-free photos, videos, illustrations, vector graphics, 3D assets, and templates for all their creative projects. You can purchase Adobe Stock as a multi-asset subscription.

In short, Adobe Stock is better for Creative Cloud users because it provides a smoother workflow thanks to its easy integration into Creative Cloud apps. However, Shutterstock is less expensive and has a larger collection of stock images, so it’s better for those who need only stock images.

The quality of photos, along with pretty much all of the Adobe Stock assets, are excellent. There is an enormous number of assets to choose from, it is a very rare instance where I cannot find anything usable.

Adobe Stock pays 33% commission for photos and 35% for videos, based on how much the customer paid for the image. The customer’s price varies depending on the number of images the customer commits to purchase or their subscription service.

Adobe Stock is an online collection of royalty-free stock images, vector graphics, illustrations, video footage, templates, audio, and 3D assets. These digital assets help individuals and businesses fulfill their creative requirements without the need of dedicating extra time to the task or hiring a professional.

Stock images and other assets are a library or database of creative assets that are available to consumers. The largest companies that offer stock assets have millions of digital files available for download.

The purpose of stock assets is to have in-demand creatives available to individuals and businesses instantly. This helps the end-user get the product they want without spending too much time or money compared to getting it themselves.

The most popular type of stock assets is stock photos. The main reason why they are in high-demand is because everyone from bloggers to multinational companies need them for web content, marketing and print. It safe to say that most businesses need an online presence and this requires some digital media in the form of photos or illustrations.

Adobe Stock audio is a little bit different because it’s not a visual. For most people, the standard license will suffice. However, you’ll need an extended license for:

TV or radio
Paid-access on-demand or streaming video
Apps or Video Games
Theatrical releases
Physical Point-of-Sale Locations

If you have Creative Cloud, you can access the collection directly through the Creative Cloud platform without having to open a web browser. This means faster uploads for photographers and greater convenience for buyers. Pretty slick.

Adobe Stock assets are available right inside your favorite apps, from Microsoft PowerPoint to Adobe Photoshop. All so you can spend less time searching, and more time creating.

Adobe Stock is built right into your favorite Creative Cloud desktop apps — including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and XD — so you can search, browse, and add assets to your Creative Cloud Libraries and get instant access to your assets across your desktop and mobile devices. You can also quickly get moving on your creative projects in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Adobe InDesign by downloading artist-designed templates from Adobe Stock right from the New Document dialog box.

Discover high-quality, royalty-free photos, videos, illustrations, vector graphics, 3D assets, design templates, motion graphics templates, and audio tracks on the Adobe Stock website.

Photos — If you’re looking for a dazzling photo to begin your next project, Adobe Stock offers standard photos, Premium photos, and Editorial photos. Learn more about our photo collection or explore photos on our site.

Design assets — Jump-start your next design with Adobe Stock vectors, illustrations, and design templates. Learn more about design assets or explore vectors, illustrations, and templates on our website.

3D assets — Elevate your work to a new dimension by incorporating 3D models, materials, and lights into your creative process. Learn more about 3D assets or explore 3D on our website.

Motion and audio — Bring your stories to life with high-quality video, audio, and motion graphics assets. Learn more about motion and audio or explore stock videos, motion graphics templates, and stock audio on our website.

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