Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Stock
Since our organization has an internal digital design studio, we use Adobe software for our day-to-day needs. We use Adobe PhotoShop, Illustrator, and Indesign, quite often, not to mention Adobe Premiere for video creation and editing. All of these tools are packed in the Adobe Creative Cloud. The perfect combo then would be to have access to a giant library of images, videos, and vector images within the cloud. That is Adobe Stock.
- Integrated in Adobe Cloud
- Large Library
- Access to unique Imagery and videos
- Pricey if outside of promotions.
- Search function is good but could become more detailed/precise.
- Similar images suggestions could improve a bit (more variety).
- Adobe Creative Cloud integration
- Large Library of Images and Videos
- Promotional discounts
- Easy to use and integrated gives us agility.
- Packages and discounts makes for a good investment.
- Access to large library often updates gives us more.
- iStock and from Getty Images
For many years iStock has been the choice for royalty-free images and videos, while it is still a very good choice, over the last couple of years Adobe Stock has risen in importance and got the advantage of the Adobe Creative Cloud "integration" to be able to offer a great deal. We took it and have been very satisfied so far!
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Adobe Stock has been developing and improving over the years. In a way that it is now taking the spot of iStock in many companies, including out, but especially if you use Adobe Creative Cloud, as this can become handy and easier to use if you are a user of this service offering a nice integration on working on your design projects.