Adobe Stock is a stand-along stock photo website, meaning both members and non-members of Creative Cloud can sign up and access its vast stock asset collection. Starting with over 40 million images from Fotolia, it provided the creative community with high quality images at simple pricing. Now, the stock site has over 50 million stock assets, including images and videos. How can you license these amazing stock assets?
Adobe Stock photos can be purchased in two ways: a la carte and through subscriptions plans. Single image pricing starts from $9.99 each, while HD and 4K videos are valued from $79.99 each. All images and videos come with a standard royalty-free license that offers broad perpetual usage rights. If you are a Creative Cloud member, you can design comp images and license them after approval right inside your favorite editing software application. Look at this site.
You can also purchase Adobe Stock photos via subscription plans. There are the larger 350 and 750 image plans. Although they are annual plans, you pay for them monthly. For additional images, you can purchase them for only $0.99 each. If you are new to the stock site, we recommend the 10 images per month plan. Here are some of the best things about this plan:
- You can rollover up to 120 of unused image downloads.
- You can cancel your subscription anytime within the next month.
- You get 10 free images or the first month for free.
Adobe stock also offers team and enterprise plans. If you are working with a group of people or running a business, you can check with the stock site and see which plans will work for your needs and budget.
You can purchase Adobe Stock photos with your credit card. The stock site accepts all major credits as payment method. If you are an existing Creative Cloud member, you will be charged using the regular payment system, including PayPal. Currently, only standard license is available. For extend license, you can check with Fotolia for multi-seat usage, unlimited reproductions and resale.