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Adobe Answers Photographer’s Uproar with Low Cost Bundle

Back in May, Adobe made the decision to end perpetual licensing on a number of its software (particularly Photoshop), forcing many users to convert to the subscription based Creative Cloud option. This meant you can forget paying a single time fee for Photoshop and ultizing it as almost as much ast you like. If users planned to use the lastest versions of Photoshop along with other Adobe Suite applications, they now had to subscribe for $49.99 30 days for use of all apps or $19.99 per month for a single app. As you can imagine, this didn't go over well with a lot of photographers along with other Adobe product users.

Adobe bundle for photographers

Adobe bundle for photographers

Overwhelmed in the sea of complaints along with a petition to reinstate the perpetual license model collecting a good 39,000 signatures, Adobe presented a new bundle for photographers on the annual Photoshop World conference. The new deal is still subscription based, but includes the subsequent perks:

  • A $9.99 monthly price (having an minimum one-year subscription)

  • Access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5

  • 20 GB of online storage

  • A Behance Prosite membership

However, the deal comes with three constraints: First of all, you must already have a version of Photoshop, CS3 or later. Secondly, in order to keep your $9.99 price, you need to sign up by December 31. Lastly, it really is subscription based so you cannot end your subscription without also ending your $9.99 price guarantee.

For people who lashed out against Adobe’s unfavorable decision in May, now may be the time to reconsider. The $9.99 cost will reaming located in forever for people who stay inside the above constraints.

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