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    Someone at DPR's Retouch forum shared this. I decided to freeze my updates at CS5 (GIMPer I am; only updated when it made sense for me but it's getting rediculous that they require an update for each version), but more then many here use PS so thought it may be of interest. Believe you have to have CS3 or new to get this deal, but again, do your own research.

    https://creative.adobe.com/plans/off...om?PID=2159997

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    Re: PS CC for $9.99/month

    Originally posted by lkroll View Post
    Someone at DPR's Retouch forum shared this. I decided to freeze my updates at CS5 (GIMPer I am; only updated when it made sense for me but it's getting rediculous that they require an update for each version), but more then many here use PS so thought it may be of interest. Believe you have to have CS3 or new to get this deal, but again, do your own research.

    https://creative.adobe.com/plans/off...om?PID=2159997
    I got the deal with no previous version necessary. So far so good.

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      Re: PS CC for $9.99/month

      Originally posted by winwintoo View Post
      I got the deal with no previous version necessary. So far so good.
      You might still consider purchasing a permanent license for CS6 while it is still available. The reason is that the "rentware" model has no acceptable disengagement conditions. So at some point in the future if you are forced to discontinue your subscription, your version of CC ceases to function. If you do not have an older version of PS you will not be able to open any .psd or other Adobe proprietary files that you have saved. Which means you will need to save all your PS CC work as jpg or tiff.
      Cheers, Murray

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        Re: PS CC for $9.99/month

        Originally posted by mistermonday View Post
        You might still consider purchasing a permanent license for CS6 while it is still available. The reason is that the "rentware" model has no acceptable disengagement conditions. So at some point in the future if you are forced to discontinue your subscription, your version of CC ceases to function. If you do not have an older version of PS you will not be able to open any .psd or other Adobe proprietary files that you have saved. Which means you will need to save all your PS CC work as jpg or tiff.
        Cheers, Murray
        Thanks Murray, I'll keep that in mind if I keep using it. I'm just a hobbiest so spending that much money doesn't make fiscal sense

        I've used Photoshop Elements in the past so if I need a more permanent solution, I can get it for $79 in the MacOS App Store. It a version behind, but the last version I had was 3, so the jump to v.11 will be astronomical and the difference between 11&12 won't matter.

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          Re: PS CC for $9.99/month

          Originally posted by mistermonday View Post
          Which means you will need to save all your PS CC work as jpg or tiff.
          Without Layers (or better, a flattened version) IF you wish to process outside Adobe's proprietary Layer's based technology.

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