Software is exactly the same... special program, so you get more for less $
I think they are promoting "creative cloud photography plan " for reach a huge audience. so that they provide included photoshop CC. The adobe team will be clear about it. thanks a lot.
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It's the deal of the century. As well as Photoshop CC, and Lightroom, you also get Bridge, Media Encoder (I think) access to previous versions of Photoshop back to CS6 and Lightroom Classic (whatever that is?). I am pretty sure you can also use Fuse, plus you have access to Behance and can make personal websites for no extra cost. And all for $10 a month!
Scott Kelby is said to be the driving force behind the Photography plan, so if you ever bump in to him, give him a big hug (I wrote something else there, but thought it might be an expression of thanks a bit too far ).
Lightroom Classic is the PC version of Lr.
The other Lr - Lr CC - is the mobile version of Lr.
Scott Kelby is said to be the driving force behind the Photography plan,
I’ve no doubt Scott Kelby was involved somewhere along the line but I've always understood from this article that the real driving force behind the Photography Plan was Thomas Knoll, co-creator of Photoshop
I'm considering to buy Photoshop CC, but now I found that "Creative Cloud Photography Plan" includes Photoshop CC.
This "Creative Cloud Photography Plan" includes both Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC, but it is much cheaper than buying Photoshop CC only... ???
So I wonder what is the difference. Are there some limitations in the functions or something?
Just to clarify: Photoshop isn't "bought" anymore, of course. You now rent the software: stop paying the rent, and you no longer can open your Photoshop files or any other file in Photoshop.
That said, the $10 monthly rent photographers' deal is quite attractive, and affordable.