Adobe is WRONG!

Started May 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
Osvaldo Cristo
Osvaldo Cristo Veteran Member • Posts: 4,320
Adobe assumed Photographers are irrelevant...

Adobe assumed Photographers, at last the amateurs, are irrelevant for their business.

Of course they were expecting same reaction from them - that is the reason they increased a lot the price for the use of Photoshop as a way to compensate the expected decrease of their customer base.

The cloud stuff is irrelevant, the rental model is not acceptable for many, but all are just a smoke to hide the real thing: an incredible price increase.

No more motivating any more from Adobe side to really develop new features as all their customers will captives. With so big mass of customers paying monthly to get their files accessible, you can imagine some future "possibilities" for Adobe to rip off more and more they captives...

Good luck for all that will board in this ship.

Regards,

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