Adobe expands Stock photo

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Paul Lindström

The speed of today’s publishing workflows demands a lot of resources in terms of images, illustrations and video clips. This is at the heart of Adobe Stock, which is now much more than just an image database.

Launched in 2015, Adobe Stock might not yet have made its way into that many a designer’s mindset, but Adobe is determined that this will change very soon. Seamlessly integrated into Adobe Creative Cloud, and with around one million images added every week (!), it can serve as an extended asset management resource for a wide variety of publishing workflows.

We must admit that we hadn’t realised how much work Adobe has put into this product, but were reminded during a workshop organised in London recently.

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