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Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 released

Discussion in 'News' started by damoncooper, Jun 16, 2015.

  1. damoncooper

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    Messed with it last night. PP's new color grading stuff is awesome!
     
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    I might jump on this.
     
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    Pricy but worth every penny.
     
  5. Outta Control

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    I am running on CS6 masters Collection and love it but since Adobe moved into a SaaS model I just couldn't justify paying $600/year as I'd prefer having something tangible with updates.

    Hopefully with my inside connection at Adobe I can get CC for less. If not I'll stick to CS6 MC or move into DaVinci Resolve 12.
     
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    It is pricey for sure, but a right off for my photography biz so I can justify it that way. Plus the new versions of Lightroom and Premiere is worth it alone.
     
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    Yeah I get the tax write-off but I'd rather get that saving now than next year but I agree for Adobe moving into a SaaS model make is quicker and efficient for upgrades and updates.
     
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    Premiere is $19/month. I think I spent that in coffee last week.
     
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    I have just been using Photoshop CC 2015 to edit a number of wedding images. Finally, Adobe has made the software fully exploit the GPU and the result is lightning fast cloning and healing tool.
     
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    Always loved Adobe Photoshop and CC 2015 is just updated,so Will spend some hours to see what's new.It's by far my favorite program.
     
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    That is true but I use Illustrator, After effects, Premiere Pro, and Photoshop. :D
     
  12. damoncooper

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    So that's $49/month and you get access to everything In Creative Cloud and perpetual updates.

    If you're a student or teacher it's $19/month for everything.

    If you operate a business that uses this stuff it's a no brainier IMO.
     
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    Yeah but then again Damon, $600/year.

    You know as well as I do there is no chance in hell you can get away with a student/teacher discount. They are strict and crafty about finding things out.
     
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    think this would be a good idea for me PP and AE alone would be a good idea to have I'm using cracked shit atm...
     
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    Yep, and of course it came out one day after I could have last updated from my good home Internet connection... now travelling and battling with slow restaurant Wi-Fis, will probably take me a month to get everything updated :mad:
     
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    Well, I don't know anything about you, so I included the educational pricing as an fyi. If you are making money using this software, a) it's a COGS tax deduction and b) there is value in staying current to use and offer the latest features to your customers and c) it's not too much to expect that you pay some money to make some money.

    My 2c anyway.
     
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  17. Outta Control

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    What!!! That settles it. No Christmas card for you this year! :p
     
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  18. damoncooper

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    I understand :)


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    You guys obv
    You guys obviously know Adobe software and how to use it. Would you recommend Adobe cloud for a beginner? Could you recommend a source for learning photography and photo/Video editing.
    I'm new to all this but not new to R/C flying.
     
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    I am also a CS6 MC owner. I love it but I just don't buy into the software rental scheme. I know its how software will be delivered in the future, but I will be a hold-out for as long as I can. The same is true with my cars. I like to own and never lease. Anyway, for any beginner, the nice thing about the Adobe suites is that there are many similarities from one product to another. The concept of layering is a good example. As far as learning, there are hundreds of free YouTube videos that walk you through every product.
     
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