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Introducing the Adobe Stock Editorial Collection

At Adobe Stock, we are building the world’s best content marketplace—a true one-stop shop where you can find all the materials you need for your next creative project, from images to vectors, videos, templates, and more. It’s a marketplace that’s integrated into Adobe’s top creative tools, with built-in search and seamless purchasing experiences that won’t disrupt an established workflow. And it’s a marketplace that offers diverse, high quality content of a broad and growing range of types.

Today, we are proud to launch the Adobe Stock Editorial collection in partnership with renowned news agencies Reuters and USA TODAY Sports. The new Editorial collection includes photos and videos across a diverse range of subject matter, including business, politics, sports, entertainment, and more.

JAMES LANG / USA TODAY SPORTS

Editorial photographs and videos connect us to the world. They serve as our guide to foreign places and cultures. They tell stories of those who do not have a voice. These visuals have been critical in shaping our understanding and perception of the world, from changing public opinion on the Vietnam war, to mobilizing an entire generation to stand up against climate change. They have the power to unite us, divide us, and create empathy – they enable us to celebrate, suffer, and mourn as one human race.

YANNIS BEHRAKIS / REUTERS

Offering these editorial images as a part of the Adobe Stock collection marks a momentous milestone for Adobe. Our partners’ network of photographers provides on-the ground, around-the-clock coverage of issues and scenes from around the world, and our partnership brings this broad library of editorial content to our Creative Cloud customers.

We look forward to growing our editorial collection in the coming months with new and meaningful partnerships with the world’s best editorial sources. Explore the Adobe Stock Editorial collection.

Header Image: Danish Siddiqui/REUTERS

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