First, you need to cancel your current subscription BEFORE the renewal date so it does not renew for another year
-or reply #1 in https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2023066 - includes Mon-Fri Chat link
You would then purchase a photography plan
Cloud Plans https://creative.adobe.com/plans
-Subscription Terms https://www.adobe.com/misc/subscription_terms.html
-Purchasing FAQ https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1926340
-Special Photography Plan includes Photoshop & Lightroom & Bridge & Mobile Lightroom
You need to ask specific Photoshop questions in that forum
List of Forums https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1929760 to find a forum for your program
thanks for your reply. I have a pre-paid annual subscription though, they don't automatically renew anything as far as I know, I've had to manually renew it the past 3 years.. also cancelling my subscription before I have an adequate replacement kind of scares me, wouldn't that also delete my photoshop settings and brushes etc. I want to keep those the way they are if at all possible.
another question: I'm kind of confused as to why the photography plan (even the non-reduced regular price they mention in the conditions) is significantly cheaper than getting the single app subscription for photoshop alone, even though the photography plan also includes lightroom and some other apps.. I mostly want to use photoshop for drawing art, is the photoshop version in the photography plan the same as the version in a full cc plan or the single app plan? no restrictions or a 'light' version or anything? also can I choose to keep my cc 2014 version installed instead of having to upgrade to the newest version? (sorry for all the questions, I'm just really nervous and kind of anxious about this whole thing, which is why I came here for help/reassurance)
>cheaper than getting the single app subscription for photoshop alone
Do you look at grocery store adverting in your local newspaper?
Do you understand the marketing concept of a "loss leader" to get you into the store to buy something on sale?