NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--EyeEm, an artificial intelligence company with a global photography community and marketplace, is collaborating with Adobe to provide a new collection of EyeEm photos to be licensable under Adobe Stock’s Premium Collection.
The EyeEm Collection includes hand selected images from EyeEm’s community of over 18 million photographers and will provide Adobe Stock customers with authentic, high-quality commercial content.
“Our global EyeEm community creates unique images from all cultures and corners of the world,” said Florian Meissner, EyeEm’s Co-founder and CEO. “These two creative companies coming together gives our photographers the opportunity to drive revenue from Adobe’s customers in need of high-end authentic content.”
Recently launched this June, Adobe’s premium content offering is sourced for Adobe Stock and includes over 100,000 curated images that meet the standards of top advertising agencies, leading brands and digital and print publications. Adobe Stock is deeply integrated with Adobe Creative Cloud, reaching millions of creative buyers from within the world’s best creative apps.
“The Adobe Stock Premium Collection will be greatly enhanced by the incredible collection from EyeEm photographers, adding to the curated selection of images already available,” said Scott Braut, head of content for digital media at Adobe. “Professional creatives will benefit from beautiful imagery from EyeEm and the seamless, integrated environment with Adobe Creative Cloud.”
About Adobe Stock
Adobe Stock (stock.adobe.com) offers over 55 million royalty-free, high-quality photos, videos, illustrations and graphics from top creatives around the world. Adobe Stock is available both as a standalone service and as a part of any Creative Cloud plan. The deep integration with Adobe Creative Cloud allows users to search and license assets right inside their favorite apps without interrupting the creative workflow.
EyeEm builds technology to showcase the best images from the world’s leading photo community. With the aim of organizing the world’s photos, the company uses artificial intelligence technology to crowdsource and curate high-quality, authentic photography for leading brands and agencies. EyeEm’s collection features 80 million images from 18 million photographers around the globe. To learn more visit www.eyeem.com.