Inside Photoshop


Streamline your creative workflow with Adobe Stock

Inside Photoshop

by Amy Palermo

Considering Adobe has catered to designers for so long, it’s not surprising that they finally entered the stock art marketplace. With the release of Creative Cloud 2015, Adobe has launched its first stock art service. Whether you’re looking for raster or vector royalty-free images, you can access, purchase, and manage them from within Photoshop or your other Creative Cloud apps.

Start a search

You can access Adobe Stock right from Photoshop! This makes searching for and purchasing images for your designs an easy, integrated process.

To access Adobe Stock from Photoshop:

  1. Choose Window > Libraries to display the Libraries panel.
  2. Click on the Search Adobe Stock icon at the base of the panel, as shown in Figure A, to launch your default browser and take you to the Adobe Stock website, shown in Figure B.
  3. Enter a search term in the search field, and select the options for the image type you’d like, as shown in Figure C.
  4. Click Go or press to submit your search.

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Filter through the results

After you submit your search criteria, scroll through to find the image you want. Click on an image to preview the details,[…]

 

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