To cloud or not to cloud?
No longer the question anymore, as Adobe Creative Cloud Suite on DVD or disc does not exist.
Is this a bad thing? Should you sign up to the Adobe Create Cloud?
Those are the real questions today when looking to get the best software for creative design.
Adobe Photoshop and Premier have long been the leader when it comes to creative tools. Whether you are a professional graphic designer, photographer or the occasional photoshop hobbyist.
Adobe is not about to give up their title of being the #1 choice for many professionals.
The new cloud-based platform appears to be the key to maintaining their status as a leading company in the field of digital creative tools.
Check out the following video for a better description of how it works.
I still use my old DVD based Adobe Photoshop Elements 7.0 and Adobe Premiere Elements 7.0. They still work well but they are showing their age when it comes to formatting in newer video versions and sharing on social media is hit and miss.
I used to like having a DVD format but now with the cloud-based suite offering such more range and various plans it is no wonder the DVD was eliminated. With the DVD platform, we only had a couple of choices that would be costing 1000s of dollars up front to purchase.
Many times you would get applications with a set that you never needed or used.
Creative Cloud suites are broken down for specific users. Then various monthly plans are categorized on users different requirements.
Now $10 off / month for the All Apps and All Apps + Stock Image yearly plans
Add Adobe Stock to any Creative Cloud Plan and you get 10 free images
Free 30 day trials
Free Apps /free download apps to use with Creative Cloud
1000s of tutorials and access to a community of Adobe Cloud users.
9 / 10
There is not a competitor that I know of that has all these tools available that seamlessly integrate together so well. I would give it a 10 but I still would like to see the price to be lower for both the use of the Adobe Cloud Platform and the stock images. The stock images still seem quite expensive and out of my price range as an independent blogger. I still prefer to pay $99/ year for unlimited downloads at GraphicStock.
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