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Fotolia is shuttering its website next year following complete integration with Adobe Stock: Digital Photography Review


Fotolia, a inventory pictures platform acquired by Adobe in January 2015 for $800 million money, has introduced through electronic mail that it is now totally built-in with Adobe Inventory and its web site will formally shut precisely a 12 months from as we speak on November 5, 2019.

On Fotolia’s FAQ web page, it says the next as a response to the query “Why is Fotolia closing?”

After 13 years in enterprise, Fotolia will transition its members to Adobe Inventory on a voluntary foundation with the intention to provide them a greater and extra streamlined service in addition to deeper integration inside Adobe Artistic Cloud purposes.

Fotolia says “The Core asset assortment in Adobe Inventory comes from Fotolia, so that you’ll discover nearly all of the belongings you’re keen on there,” including “You’ll additionally discover a distinctive and various portfolio of content material uploaded from our world-class neighborhood of artistic professionals.”

Fotolia’s contributor web page now redirects to Adobe Inventory’s house web page, which reads “Flip your ardour into earnings […] Promote your content material to the world’s largest artistic neighborhood.”

Beginning November 5, 2019, Fotolia customers will not be capable to entry their accounts, buy credit or subscriptions, or obtain and add content material from the Fotolia platform. As a substitute, Fotolia customers might want to transition to Adobe inventory or one other inventory pictures service.


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