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erichmond says

As designers can we manipulate the images in the assets library, for instance I have seen colour filters applied but can we blur them, apply artistic filters, create abstracts etc. my guess is probably yes but I feel worth checking?

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MarkBrodhuber Envato team says

I dont see why not.

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jeffeatworld says

You can do what you want, they are free to use I believe. I guess you’d probably want to keep the watermark though but again not sure – perhaps a seasoned author can pop an answer in here cos I’d like to know this too.

Plus wherea re folks getting their stock images from these days?

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erichmond says

I guess as long as the watermark is retained then it should be ok, what about any icons used? As most icons come as a bundle but you might not use them all to create a visual, should you include them all in the zip download?

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