Just a bit of a rant about something that came to my attention while I accidentally stumbled upon one of Adobe's pages using a free stock image. Luck has it that I've been using the exact same banner/header image for one of my own websites, so I recognized it immediately.
It's kinda weird for a company the size of Adobe, with an annual revenue of $9 billion in 2018, to use free images without attribution. Even weirder, they own a stock image marketplace, but don't seem to believe in their own model of supporting authors who work hard to create those photos.
Pexels Image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/old-photos-in-the-wooden-box-5842/
This video has been made by Eduard Stinga, founder of VideoPlasty. A stock marketplace created exclusively for stock animation, GIF animation and vectors:
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Adobe Uses Free Image On Their Website
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