Mike Rankin


As one of the alternatives to a full Creative Cloud subscription, Adobe offers thePhotoshop Photography Program, which includes access to Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, and other perks for $9.99 per month. And to be eligible for this program,you had to possess a license for a CS3 application or higher. But from now until December 2nd, as a Black Friday-type deal, Adobe is dropping the CS3+ requirement and allowing anyone to sign up.
This will certainly be happy news for students and others who never owned Photoshop and don't need (or want to pay for) a full Creative Cloud subscription. Here's the full list of what you get for US $9.99/month with a 12-month commitment:

  • Photoshop CC
  • Lightroom 5
  • 20GB of online storage
  • Behance ProSite
  • Access to training resources on Creative Cloud Learn
  • Ongoing updates and upgrades

The Photoshop Photography Program Black Fridaydeal expires at9 AM PST December 2, 3013.

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