Adobe today announced Adobe Stock, a new stock content service that’s directly integrated into creative workflows that involve Adobe applications.
More than 40 million photographs, graphics, and illustrations are available on Adobe Stock, and they can all be accessed directly through desktop applications such as Photoshop CC.
Adobe Stock images are integrated into Linked Assets and Creative Cloud Libraries. You can place an Adobe Stock watermarked FPO image into your Photoshop document to test it out.
When you’d like to purchase it, you can do the transaction directly from within Photoshop — after payment, the watermark is removed and the file is updated to a high-resolution version.
Here’s a short video in which Adobe’s Terry White offers a first look at how the Adobe Stock service works:
Pricing starts at $10 per image, but there are also two monthly subscription plans that let you choose 10 images for $50 a month or 750 images for $200 a month. Creative Cloud subscribers receive an extra subscription discount that drops the 10 image price to $30 per month.
You can visit the Adobe Stock website or download the latest updates to Creative Cloud to get started.