Monday, November 19, 2018

FOTOLIA is Now Part of Adobe Stock

Fotolia's website will close next year, on 5 November 2019, less than a year from now, moving to Adobe Stock. Fotolia was offering for more than 13 years curated collections of high-quality images, graphics, videos, and more from the world's leading creative community. 

Here is an excerpt of their press release:

"Adobe Stock offers a unified, powerful platform for buying royalty-free stock assets. Here are some feature details:

You get the vast majority of content from Fotolia and more, over 120 million assets, including Premium Collection images from leading artists, videos, 3D assets, and design templates.
Just as on Fotolia, you can buy stock photos directly from the Adobe Stock website. You can also browse and buy from within Adobe Creative Cloud apps (including Photoshop CC) and also within Microsoft PowerPoint.
You can search using keywords like you did on Fotolia, and you can also use features powered by Adobe Sensei AI to find images that are similar to other images, search for images based on aesthetic characteristics and more."

From their FAQ's

Do I need to upload all my files again after I synced my account to Adobe Stock?
No. All your accepted content remains available on both the Fotolia and Adobe Stock sites whether or not you sync your Fotolia account with Adobe Stock. Syncing your Fotolia account allows you to upload and manage your content, view your sales, and request payouts on the Adobe Stock Contributor portal.

What will happen to my rank?
You will retain your rank. The rank determines the royalties for Fotolia credit sales and the minimum payout for large subscription packs on Adobe Stock.



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