Adobe Creative Cloud?
Has anybody had any experience with the Adobe Creative Cloud Service? Would appreciate any comments if so.
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#1. "RE: Adobe Creative Cloud?" | In response to Reply # 0backtoit Nikonian since 19th Sep 2012Wed 20-Mar-13 07:42 PM
I am using Adobe Creative Cloud to get a copy of CS6. (I am just an amateur photographer)
I had an old version but just didn't want to pay the huge price Adobe demands for the latest version. While this is arguably more expensive (since it keeps charging each month you have it rather than using an older version forever) I do get the latest versions and for the first year it is pretty cheap. I will see if I renew - depends on how exorbitant the price will be then in 2014.
That said it works just like a regular version, when I need it I open it - no sign-on or anything required. I keep all my work on my own machine, I don't trust the vendors that much<S>
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#3. "RE: Adobe Creative Cloud?" | In response to Reply # 2rizzos Registered since 21st Mar 2006Thu 21-Mar-13 02:51 AM
I recently signed up for Creative Cloud and downloaded Photoshop Extended, Lightroom, and Adobe Writer - the three programs I frequently use. I will probably also download Dreamweaver as my wife has used that program in the past. The first year's contract price is $30/month. I was at the point where I was considering upgrading both Writer and Photoshop. Lightroom will probably come out with a new upgrapde this year so I will be ahead for the first year. It remains to be seen whether I am still ahead next year when the price per month will probably rise. That said Adoble probably has the hook in me and I will continue to pay the monthly rent.