What is Adobe Stock
Hi there in this video we're going to look at using adobe stock where there are images already made that you get to download and use do they charge for them? Yes, they do. What are the prices about 10 us through to about 30 us depending on the image and the license you need. Let's see how they work within design. Okay. The easiest way to load up adobe stock is in the top right hand corner. It's right here. There's a little search bar for adobe stock. It's going to open up a website. If you're doesn't say adobe stock, see this little drop down here. Might be said to adobe help. So moving to stock. Okay. And I want some plants in pots. Okay. And hit return. It's going to open up a web browser. There he goes. Now what you might find is that you might have to log in again and you end up at that stage where you're like what the hang is my adobe password. Okay. See once you get through all of that drama, you'll be logged in. Okay. And it's done a search for me. Okay. If you don't want to use...
that little option in the top right? You can just go directly to stock dot adobe dot com. Just type that in and you'll end up here too, you'll still have to log in Now what happens is these are commercial images? It means that you've got to pay for them. You can pay for them separately or you can do a monthly subscription. That's what I do. Okay. I used a slightly different account to do it. What you could do is you can start your 30 day trial, get 10 free images just make sure you cancel before the end of those 30 days. Okay. And yeah these are just commercial use images so you'll find the quality is quite good in these. I'm going to decide on this one. Now what you do is you got a couple of options. I clicked on it once it opens up a few things. Okay now here I can decide to buy and license and it will open it in in design. Okay. But that's gonna cost me money. Okay what I want to do is actually just get the preview and put it in there. So open make sure you click on the preview option, click on this one if you end up with an air like mine that's why I have to use another account because I started in the U. K. I moved to new Zealand and then I'll move to Ireland and my account is all kind of screwed up with different time zones and stuff. So if you have the same problem click this little option drop down here and say actually just save it to my computer then you get to tell it where to go and I'm going to put it in your exercise files, lets say that you can't get this to work. Okay I'm going to put it in 204 long document for and it's called This one ends in 25 click save and it'll be waiting in there for you. The cool thing about it is that in in design if your account does work unlike mine, it'll end up probably in the CC library if it doesn't. Okay. The green that harmon it's probably in one called you probably only got a couple. It's probably in my library. Okay. And you just drag it out. So what I'm gonna do though is just bring it in manually file place. I've got this guy that ends in 25 and what I'm gonna do is drag it out roughly the right size. Do exactly what we did in the last exercise where we pasted it inside of here. Now you'll notice there's a big watermark in the middle. Okay, That will only disappear once you pay for it. Okay. And I'm gonna go to cut select this guy edit paste into. Okay, I'm gonna move it around. Ah looks okay. Okay. Now what you can do is so use watermark ones, especially if you're not too sure on If you're not too sure if the client will want it, there's no point paying for it until you're ready to go. So you might mock up this whole document with watermarked versions and when the client says Yes it's ready to go. You'll have to let them know that there's a cost involved. Now. The images are worth between about 10 us and 40 us depending on things like sizes and what kind of license you need. Just figure that aspect out before you send to the client. So here's the design but there's an additional $ worth of images that are a part of this design. And so you've got to go ahead and you want to remove the watermarks, you can just download the high resonance which amount using the relinking. But there's an option here that will be if you got to use the way that come down from the library. Often you can just right click it in here and say license and it will do it directly for you and update the image, download the high res, build your account and do all that stuff without you even asking. It's pretty sweet. Alright, so that is cc libraries. It's paid stuff. The budgets aren't high, but I know that lots of people end up working with have zero budget. Okay, so we'll do that in the next video where we look at free stuff. Let's go and do that. Now