If you are a professional who works daily with Adobe’s editing suite where Photoshop stands out for example, today you will have come across some very bad news as are experimenting with raising the price of some of their subscriptions.
The package that has gone up in price has been the photography plan that has been for a long time at a price of $9.99 per month, but now I or we find for $19.99 per month so we see a significant increase that many will have to assume if their work depends on these applications.
This package is mainly intended for photographers as it includes the applications Lighting CC, Photoshop CC and Lighting Classic in addition to giving a number of tools that are very important for these professionals as for example cloud storage.
In view of this fact, many media have tried to contact Adobe to have an explanation and from PetaPixel they have managed to get a statement explaining these new price packages where they assure that they are proofs in Adobe.com. Specifically the official words of the spokesman of Adobe are the following:
From time to time, we run tests on Adobe.com that cover a variety of items, including plan options that may or may not be presented to all visitors to Adobe.com. We are currently running several trials on Adobe.com.
From these words we can not get clear if this will be the final price of this package although there are many users who already get this price update but still maintains a section on the website that retains the previous price. We will have to wait and see if this change is permanent or not, although if it is, it seems that will also increase the cloud storage to 1 TB.
Do you think it’s worth paying more money for this application package?