Learn how to use the Adobe Stock website to explore and license stock assets...

Adobe Stock is a service that provides designers and businesses with access to millions of high-quality curated and royalty-free photos, videos, illustrations, vector graphics, 3D assets, and templates for all their creative projects. You can purchase Adobe Stock as a multi-asset subscription. A number of subscription packages are available.

You can explore, preview, and license assets using either the Adobe Stock website or from within the Creative Cloud apps integrated with Adobe Stock.


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Adobe Stock is deeply integrated with several Creative Cloud apps, such as Photoshop, lllustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver, Adobe Muse, and After Effects. If you're looking for information on using Adobe Stock from within these apps, see Using Adobe Stock in Creative Cloud apps.

Explore and license stock assets

You can explore and license several types of assets on the Adobe Stock website. Follow these steps:

  1. On the Adobe Stock website, sign in using your Adobe ID.

  2. Search for stock assets appropriate for your project. On the results page, switch between the All, Images, Videos, and Templates tabs as appropriate.

  3. Optionally, filter the search results. You can filter the results by price, sub-category, presence of people, image orientation, color, etc. Different filter parameters are available for different asset types. Once you have adjusted the filter parameters, click Update.

    Filter search results

  4. When you've found a stock asset of interest, download its licensed version to your computer. Do the following:

    • Hover the mouse pointer over the asset on the results page. Icons for quick actions to work with the image appear.
    • Hover the pointer over the License icon ().
    • In the context dialog that appears, in the Save To Device area, click Download.
  5. Choose to pay just for one asset or opt for an Adobe Stock subscription plan.

  6. Import the downloaded stock asset into your design or authoring app.

Notes:

  • You may want to preview several watermarked stock assets on the Adobe Stock website before you download the licensed version of the one most appropriate for your project.
  • Instead of downloading the licensed version of the asset, you can choose to download just a preview of it to your device. To do so, in Step 3 above, hover the mouse pointer over the Save Preview icon () and then click Download.

Open assets in a supported app

While exploring assets on the Adobe Stock website, you can open them directly in supported Creative Cloud apps. Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects currently support this functionality.

  1. On the Adobe Stock website, sign in using your Adobe ID.

  2. Search for stock assets appropriate for your project. On the results page, switch between the Premium, Images, Videos, Templates, and 3D tabs as appropriate.

    Explore stock assets; notice the tabs on top

  3. When you've found a stock asset of interest, open it directly in your Creative Cloud desktop app of choice. Follow these steps:

    • Hover the mouse pointer over the asset on the results page. Icons for quick actions to work with the image appear.
    • Hover the pointer over one of these icons: License () or Save Preview (). 
    • In the context dialog that appears, in the Open In area, click the icon for your Creative Cloud app. For example, click the icon.

    Adobe Stock opens the asset in the chosen Creative Cloud desktop app. Before opening the asset, Adobe Stock places it in a library named Downloads.

    Adobe Stock website: Open the stock asset in a supported Creative Cloud app

    Open a template in the corresponding Creative Cloud app (Illustrator or Photoshop)

The visual search functionality on the Adobe Stock website lets you quickly find stock images similar to another image. On the Adobe Stock website, follow these steps:

  1. Click the camera icon in the search bar.

    Invoke visual search

  2. Drag an image to the Search With An Image dialog. Alternatively, click Browse and upload an image from your computer. JPEG and PNG images are supported for visual search.

    The Search With An Image dialog

    Adobe Stock displays assets similar to the image you uploaded.

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    You can also simply drag an image you want to search with to the search bar. Adobe Stock displays assets similar to that image.

  3. Optionally, on the search results page, enter a keyword in the search bar to refine the search. For example, while searching with the image of a cat, you can enter brown to see only images of brown cats.

    Refine visual search using keywords

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Visual search works best with images with dimensions of 1000 px x 1000 px and higher.

Find images similar to another stock image

While browsing search results, you can simply drag a stock image thumbnail to the search bar. Adobe Stock fine-tunes the results and displays more stock images similar to it. Finding the perfect stock image for your project was never easier!  

Find stock images similar to another stock image

View your license history

On the License History page of the Adobe Stock website, you can view a list of the assets you've licensed as well as the number of images left in your subscription.

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If you have licensed an image, you can download it again without relicensing. Click the File ID in the License History and save the asset to your computer.

See also

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