Adobe Now Supplies Terrible Stock Images Right In Photoshop

Adobe Now Supplies Terrible Stock Images Right In Photoshop

If you're in the habit of using Shutterstock to find terrible filler photos, there's a new option: Adobe Stock, a 40 million-strong stock image library from the same people who make Photoshop.

Stock was unveiled today alongside a raft of new updates to Adobe's entire Creative Cloud range, including updates to Photoshop and Premiere, and a bevy of new Android apps. Following Adobe's pricing trend of subscriptions rather than one-off payments, Stock is mostly centred around monthly payment options: 10 images a month for $US50, or 750 a month for $US200. You can buy individual photos, for $US10 a pop.

That's pretty steep, although if you're an existing Creative Cloud subscriber (even to the $US10-a-month Photography plan), that 10-images-a-month option runs just $US30. That's cheap, compared to the offerings from the likes of Getty and Shutterstock. And, of course, Stock integrates straight into Adobe's photography software, a nicety the competitors can't compete with.

[Adobe via The Verge]

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