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  • #11423

    Paul Hill
    Participant

    Do any members use / subscribe to Adobe CC ?
    I’ve found an offer to get it for £6.85 / month for the first 12 months then it will revert to the ‘normal’ price.
    Do you know how much it goes up to after 12 months ? I’m not keen on signing up then find out the price increases dramatically after 12 months and I have to cancel and lose my images.
    I’ve posted the link to the offer below if anyone is interested. It’s from a photographer called Serge Ramelli (found on You Tube)

    Adobe CC for £6.85/month for 12 months

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by  Paul Hill.
    #11427

    ajroyle
    Keymaster

    Talk to Wallace about this, and Ray Hill, they have some recent experience of the opening offers which Adobe have. No, it will not go up alarmingly next year, just to the usual subscription of between £8 to £9.

    Adobe had to do this; get everyone on subscription, because there was no way they could keep improving Ps enough to get people to upgrade (how many club photographers are happy yo keep using even very old version?).

    The CC version (the subscription one) has many advantages, not the least immediate upgrades.

    Go ahead!

    #11432

    wbaxter
    Participant

    Yes I have just taken up the offer at £6.85 per month rising to £8.95 in one year.

    #11436

    Ian McNab
    Keymaster

    John said: Adobe had to do this; get everyone on subscription, because there was no way they could keep improving Ps enough to get people to upgrade (how many club photographers are happy yo keep using even very old version?).

    Not just club photographers. In a recent blog post, internationally-renowned professional photographer David Hobby says he still uses PS-3, which he finds entirely adequate for his commercial work. Adobe has spent years marketing new gee-whiz bells and whistles that photographers don’t actually need.

     

    #11439

    ajroyle
    Keymaster

    Not surprised;  CS3 was when Ps came of age, but the £600 it cost now pays your subscription for a long time.

    Cc is a good deal.

    #11452

    Tom Seaton
    Participant

    Yes CC is a good deal. I’ve been subscribing for a while – £8.95 I think and the cost hasn’t changed yet.

    For that I get Lightroom and Bridge of course.

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