Adobe Stock free collection launched at Adobe Max conference


Adobe has launched the new Adobe Stock free collection includes more than 70,000 plus high-quality, photos, vectors, illustrations, templates, 3D assets, and videos at its annual Adobe Max conference.
In a press statement, the company announced that the free assets that are sourced from the Adobe Stock collection come with the same commercial licenses as the paid assets from the company. This means that customers licensing free content from Adobe Stock can use this content in their personal, business, or commercial projects.
Users will be able to look though the free collection using filters such as Copy Space, Depth of Field and Colour. Further, it will also allow users to upload an image to its Visual Search feature and look for content similar to an asset.
“Stock content has long been a powerful tool for creatives. Whether using it to jump-start projects, quickly visualize and pitch ideas and concepts, or combine licensed and original content into something new, creatives rely on stock to help them do more, faster. Today, it’s even more essential that content creators have access to sophisticated imagery, while considerations like shrinking budgets and the need for social distancing have made it extremely challenging to create original work,” said the company in a statement.

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