I'd never buy anything with the name Samsung on it
That gives me wood...oops I mean takes me back to my days of building electric guitars. The knobs are straight off a Stratocaster
My disgust with Adobe pales in comparison to my disgust with the US government. But they do have a lot in common.
Who cares I'm never giving Adobe another cent.
And of course you can buy it on Amazon !
ArcaSwiss: You'd have to be a real cheap ass to buy it over the Canon one. Heck I just dropped $15,000 on a Phase Ilone IQ140 :)
When I said bitch I didn't mean a dog. Talking about a female human. I've no use for one, never met one who is worthy
My house and car are paid for, I don't have a bitch, and I need the write off. And yes it's really really good
You'd have to be a real cheap ass to buy it over the Canon one. Heck I just dropped $15,000 on a Phase Ilone IQ140 :)
Who can call that garbage music ? Dreadful !
Rage Joe: Hey could you tell me what does this CC stand for, Criminal Cloud? That's what it must be :)!
40daystogo: I give Adobe about 15 years more, and then we'll be telling the young ones -- "back in the early years, there was WordStar, WordPerfect, Lotus 123, OS2, and Adobe".
In about 8 years time, the industry should have come up with a worthy high level competitor, and the momentum will have shifted away from Adobe. After that, it'll be like Kodak with the sharks circling to tear us the blood soaked pieces.
Soon, Adobe Systems will need to be added to this wikipedia page:
Greed, although good in the very short term, has long term diaster guaranteed.
Agree but you time estimates are 2-3x too long
I pay $1500 per year to maintain one seat of Pro/Engineer CAD software. I get about three new releases per year. But if I stop paying maintenance it still works. I'm not a renter. It makes me a lot if money so it's a good value.
The Photo Ninja: I give up and joined the cloud. Read my blog post here.http://www.bershatsky.net/2013/05/ok-i-give-up-adobe-you-win.html
You suck loser
Danny: Photoline: http://www.pl32.com (Win/Mac)Pixelmator: http://www.pixelmator.com (Mac)corel paintshop pro x5: http://www.corel.com (Win)Gimp: http://www.gimp.org (Win/Mac)
I bought Puxelmator for $15.00. Looks like a fresh face with capability and potential
Adam Filipowicz: man you folks are a bunch of babies.. its still cheap..considering what you get..its like $1 a day.. for everything.. always updated.. thats cheap.. how much do you spend a day.. driving, drinking coffee?, buying music, or on your cell phone.. i rely on adobe for almost everything i do.. (maxon and MS Office 365) I love the subscription model.. i hope Maxon does the same with Cinema 4D Studio
If I had a dollar a day from half a million people...hmmmm
Just watch a version with Retina Display support will soon appear on the Cloud versions. Not that I really care I'm sticking with PSCS6 and gonna take a look at Aperture. I use a medium format digital back so Capture One is my raw converter.
echelon2004: I think it makes perfect sense not to buy software that will be outdated in a few months or a year tops. It should also help combating piracy. There are not many places in the world where you can't get Internet for a few seconds when needed.Either way, adobe must do as they feel serves them best. Undoubtedly they feel pretty confident.
We need a "Not Like" button
Amadou Diallo: Just to clarify. The CC subscription obviously require an Internet connection to purchase and download the software, but the applocatipns are stored on your machine. If you have no need for file sharing or the upcoming functionality that requires Adobe's servers you can operate a PS session locally. But Adobe does need to ping its servers periodically to establish that you have a valid subscription. We are talking with Adobe about these changes and will share more details as soon as we have them.
By the way when you talk to them, tell them they are nearly universally hated now.
Framer: Funny thing is, the majority of the whiners here will be using Photoshop CC a year from now.
Every time a new version of Photoshop comes out people come out of the woodwork to swear they will never use an Adobe product again...it's rather amusing!