I use LR to sort, label my photos, process the raw file, adding keywords for my stock images, thou the bridge of photoshop can do similar, but LR can do more.
Photoshop is for me to retouch photos, or heavy post processing.
both work differently and they complement each other, I can't go without anyone of them.
Just go use a MOE Student Concession Card and purchase the Adobe Creative Suite 6 (CS6) Design & Web Premium for only S$139.00 including GST from Mine Mall (unapproved for commercial use).
Original Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) / Recommended Retail Price (RRP) is S$2973.53 including GST, a 95.33% discount.
Is he still a student?Originally Posted by 9V-Orion Images
And that will put you in an even smaller box. :-)Originally Posted by MeThree
think out of the box = doing something illegal?
But in this case it's clear: either one is entitled to the discount or not. A third way is also to get a 2nd hand LR3 license and get the upgrade, could turn out to be cheaper.
as long as somebody in the household is a student, it is not wrong to buy and install it on the home pc and everybody in the house can use
does not need TS to be a student, isn't it?
is that very complicated?
quite amused by the response for my 'think out of the box', all the assumptions and accusations...
Last edited by MeThree; 30th November 2012 at 07:06 AM.
Seems like I opened a can of worms. Please do refer to the Adobe Student and Teacher Edition FAQ for more information and also the End-User License Agreement (EULA) to ensure one complies with it thoroughly before installation if they decide to purchase it.
Additional clarification wise, do feel free to contact Adobe. Peace out.
gimp dot org
Linux users can use Phatch also to do batch processing. really simple and idiot proof (no command lines). great for automated processing.
Last edited by daredevil123; 1st December 2012 at 08:04 AM.