A new version of Adobe CC (for Photographers)
September 09, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Like many, when Adobe announced their plans to take their product line to the "cloud", I was quite frustrated. No matter how they tried to spin it, in the end, I'd be paying quite a bit more money than I had been up to this point. Well, it looks like Adobe has been hearing the outrage voiced by many of us in the photographic community. They've now come out with the Photoshop Photography Program.
The Photoshop Photography Program bundles Photoshop and Lightroom together for the price of $9.99 per month. They state that this is not an introductory price, but instead is a fixed price, as long as you subscribe before December 31st, 2013. The following is included in the subscription:
Now this has me tempted . . . although I am a little confused. They mention Photoshop CC but state a specific version of Lightroom. I need to contact them and get confirmation that ongoing updates and upgrades include Lightroom. If they tell me it's included, I may be subscribing in the near future. I'll let all of you know what I hear from Adobe.
Here's a link to the announcement on their blog
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