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Adobe to Offer Photoshop CC for $9.99/mo?
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June 16, 2013
11:10 pm
Eric Reagan
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December 1, 2006

Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe has clearly been reconsidering its marketing to photographers since the major pushback from Photoshop users after revealed that it would no longer offer perpetual licenses of new Creative Suite products. The latest word in the form of surveys to some Photoshop users that probed feelings on Creative Cloud pricing.

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June 17, 2013
1:02 am

Well, at least there's hope. But I'm sticking with CS6 until I know for sure.

June 17, 2013
2:12 am

Looks like Adobe is finally listening. I'm still not interested until they release a licensed version period. Give us the choice to buy or rent, and if you want to issue a license after 3 years great, but what the hell am I going to gain from a piece of software in three years that I've already owned for a year now? Keep backpedling Adobe, you've almost climbed back up the cliff that you threw yourselves off, you're almost there... :) Netflix 2.0!

June 17, 2013
3:08 am

I'm so glad I don't have any Adobe shares

June 17, 2013
7:33 pm
Tim L


June 18, 2013
8:50 am

and the $10/mo cannot not be just for the first year. as it is the crack dealers like cable and fios do that and it gets ugly.

June 21, 2013
1:15 am

How about a photoshop AND lightroom not in need of all the other stuff the comes in the adobe cc be happy to pay round $25 p/m for this cc licencing options as you have been discussing :D

June 21, 2013
9:49 pm

I get MS Office 365 with 20 Gb of cloud and I can load 5 PCs with Office pro for $10 a month. Doesn't make sense for adobe to be so expensive. I'd pay $10 a month for CS6 with no cloud. Don't use the 27 Gb I already have. Don't need more.

September 9, 2013
10:46 pm
Paul G

Maybe they're coming to their senses and reconsidering their loyal photographer-customers who aren't subscribing to the "cloud" thru their companies. I don't know of one person who subscribed to the new cloud at the temporary promotional pricing. Those of us with CS6 just concluded that we'd stick with that, plus by licenses to Lightroom. Some of my friends just use Elements anyway, so they were sticking with an Elements-Lightroom pairing.

Basically, Adobe walked away from the revenue stream from individual photographers, probably with the hubris that their products were so good that no straight-thinking person would turn them down.

Guess what? Tens of thousands did, and now Adobe is scrambling to try to resurrect that revenue stream. It might be too late.

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