Adam Filipowicz: If you were to buy a new license of Master collection CS6 it would be $2600.. the subscription is $49.99 a month for everything.. thats 52 months of subscription to equal one license.. after 52 months you would buy an upgrade.. and if you actually waited 4+ years to upgrade it you would basically ned to buy a new license as the upgrade would atleast $1000 (20 more months of subscription) I dont get why people think this is a rip off.. I like to keep my software current and I upgrade to each version as it comes out.. im saving money..and its more convent managing the licenses in my design department
I agree, now that the facts are on the table. Where is the problem. One year's subscription @ $19.99 per month (full rate) for PS CC only will be $240. And this keeps you up to date throughout the year. To buy PS CS6 is far more than this. I can now afford to stay up to date by renewing each year. I could not afford this when purchasing PS CS versions.
Conversion from ACR seems to render reds as brownish or burgundy. Mauve dots on feathers are no where near the same colour as other three cameras produce. Whole scene seems to have slight cast over it. Has Adobe got conversion right yet?
At higher ISO (e.g. 3200) detail and noise from Fuji seems to be much better than NEX7, about same as, if not beter than D7000. Only 5D Mk3 seems to be better.
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