As many of you know by now, Adobe has now done away with having the right to purchase their software. Instead, you can now subscribe monthly by paying through a few different options. You can purchase a single product (such as Photoshop), or you can pay for multiple apps as well.
The problem wasn’t the cost of the monthly apps themselves, but the idea that you are now renting software.
Recently, Adobe decided to cut the price even further by offering a Photographer’s Bundle at $9.99 a month. It includes Photoshop, Lightroom, and a few other features. You can read more about that offer here.
In hopes to win over customers, many people still spoke out about how they just did not like the idea and mentioned that they still wouldn’t be subscribing. So it turns out that it really wasn’t the price itself. Customers just did not want to subscribe to anything. The idea of leasing software wasn’t favorable. Read More→