With One program plan you can choose any program you want but with the Photography plan you don't have that choice.
But anyway if you want Photoshop the photography plan is the obvious choice. Why anyone would pay a lot more for the same product is beyond me...
It's a weird thing, but you can get any one app for $20/month. This includes Photoshop. But there's a special on Photoshop+Lightroom at $10, I guess because there are a LOT of Photographers out there...
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As I understand they both offer Photoshop and Lightroom license but one is 9.99 and the other is 19.99
Could anyone point me to the right plan please ? Thanks in advance
They don't both offer Lightroom and Photoshop together.
The single app plan gets you Photoshop with 100GB online storage and you can choose between an annual plan paid monthly, an annual plan prepaid and a monthly plan which costs more but does not have a minimum 12 month term
The cheaper Photography plan includes Lightroom. There are actually three versions of the Photography plan.
The version of Photoshop is identical in all three. But there are two versions of Lightroom. There is Lightroom Classic (which is based on storage mainly on your PC) and Lightroom CC which is based on using mainly online storage and searching for your images.
A plan with Lightroom CC : Lightroom Classic : Photoshop and 20GB storage is the cheapest (the 9.99 you quote above)
Similarly priced is Lightroom CC ; Photoshop and 1TB online storage (i.e. no Lightroom Classic but more storage)
For additional cost you get Lightoom CC; Lightroom Classic ; Photoshop and 1TB online storage (and is priced similar to a single app)
Note the Photography plan is only available as an annual plan paid monthly or as an annual prepaid plan.
Thanks Dave, this was very detailed and helpful! I am going to stick to Photography plan now.