Adobe Stock Review: On a Scale of 1 to 10

Adobe Stock is the brand new stock image service launched by Adobe. It provides creative folks with over 40 million of royalty-free images, vectors and illustrations. Integrated with Creative Cloud, it brings photo-editing to a different level. Adobe users around the planet shared their sentiments about the new stock service. Here are what they have to say regarding the features, search options, quality, selection, and many more.

Features

On a scale of 1 to 10, users rate the features of Adobe Stock with 8.8 high. Adobe Stock photos provides a number of royalty-free images, which are compatible with Adobe’s applications, including PhotoShop CS2, Adobe Creative Suite 2, Illustrator CS2, GoLive CS2 and InDesign CS2. As a new stock service, it compares pretty well with the like of Getty Images (10), alamy (8.8) and jupiterimages (8.8).

Search Options

Adobe does not supply its own photos. The images are contributed by artists and photographers all around the world. Buyers are given access to some of the best collections as well as some of the best search options. Adobo Stock support searches by collection, color, photographer, orientation, concept, keyword and theme. Thus, it is given a resounding 8.8 by many.

Quality

With regards to quality, the website is given an Adobe Stock review of 8.8. It provides access to many powerful images from the Image Source and elegant photos from Stockbyte. It also includes images from the collection of Getty Images and Jupiter.

Selection

Users gave Adobe Stock 7.5 out of 10 because the service does not provide access to medical use or photos of famous people. However, it supports referrals to assignment photographers through photojournalism and editorial images. It also provides access to over 450,000 photos and illustrations.

Adobe Stock Photos Summary

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Overall, the stock photo website gets an 8.3 out of 10 score from creative users. It is a time saving and cost-efficient solution for Adobe Creative Suite 2 users. Since it is directly integrated with the applications, it can save users time from downloading the photos to their computer. They are able to directly access them through their library. Furthermore, Creative Cloud members are given 40% discount on the subscription plan.    

There are a number of things to love about Adobe Stock. It is no wonder many creative users have given the stock photo website a good score. It provides you the chance to get a single image or subscribe to a plan. If you are looking for one image, you can have it for $10. If you require stock images, you can get a subscription plan. The best thing about the plan is unused images are carried over to the next month. In fact, you can roll over as many as 120 images.

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