Adobe To Increase Prices

Adobe To Increase Prices

Adobe has been recently testing raising the price for its Creative Cloud Photography plan, with a monthly price set at $20.

Adobe has been recently testing raising the price for its Creative Cloud Photography plan, with a monthly price set at $20, as reported by PetaPixel.

The Photography plan was the cheapest Creative Cloud subscription option ($20), including Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC, Photoshop CC, and 20GB of cloud storage. The updated plan offers three apps and 1TB of cloud storage, at the doubled price. The updated plan is just $1 cheaper than the next price plan, a $21 one with access to one Creative Cloud app and 100GB of cloud storage.

In certain regions, you can still see the old prices, but it appears that the team is testing the new prices before rolling it out to the entire world.

An Adobe spokesperson contacted The Verge, “From time to time, we run tests on Adobe.com which cover a range of items, including plan options that may or may not be presented to all visitors to Adobe.com. We are currently running a number of tests on Adobe.com.”

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  • pachermann

    use Afinity Photo it rocks!
    I have only adone CS6 for Quixel Suite but newer CC suite can do nothing more than th eold.

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    pachermann

    ·a year ago·
  • sanek94cool

    Good luck to you, Substance users.

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    sanek94cool

    ·a year ago·
  • Rob

    You already got frelled by Adobe..... Nice...

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    Rob

    ·a year ago·
  • Warkarma

    Oh nice, they got Substance and now they are increase the price. Damn you Adobe!

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    Warkarma

    ·a year ago·
  • Daniel L

    subscription plans are a great way to maintain a revenue flow for Adobe, it's also a terrible way to maintain a community of creatives who want to use your software. I know I won't be able to afford any price increases from here on out. Guess it's time to find some sort of alternative. What really sucks is that Photoshop is so integrated into the other software I use (Substance, Maya, Max, Unreal, etc.) that this price increase is literally taking a chunk out of my workflow. Adobe will isolate smaller studios and individual creatives and inevitably drive them out.

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    Daniel L

    ·a year ago·
  • K winter

    I've been paying £10 a month for a year and not used it once.. I still use the older program that I have. Now since Feb my imac died so I've been using procreate since.  I want the full plan but won't be paying £50 a month for it. I think photoshop is gonna freeze a lot of artists out of ever becoming artists with this pricing. I know for sure that if I hadn't been gifted a copy of ps back in 2004 and then torrent Ed newer iterations i wouldnt be making art right now. I know the subs cheap for students which is a nice touch but what about when they graduate?! I could barely feed myself for years.. Still can't, got the ipadpro on credit. Everything is subs these days my outgoing subs are £60 a month. That's not including phone sub or rent, food, bills, travel. Its rough out there kids. Somethings gotta give soon.

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    K winter

    ·a year ago·
  • Ben

    Hey Adobe, stop the monthly payments because it is more expensive and you don't own the soft. I preceded as it was before

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    Ben

    ·a year ago·
  • Li

    Yes, it was called the Photography plan, it was just under $10 and included Photoshop and Lightroom. It's been around for a few years...

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    Li

    ·a year ago·
  • Tu Bui

    Yes. $10 for Photoshop.

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    Tu Bui

    ·a year ago·
  • Spam Mer

    I'm not seeing an increase here. I've been paying 20 bucks for this exact plan since last summer. Was there a 10 dollar option previously that I maybe opted to forego for this one?

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    Spam Mer

    ·a year ago·

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Adobe To Increase Prices