Photoshop is about £10/month which sounds pretty reasonable, plus they have decent discounts for students etc. Also, there’s deals for 12 month subs at discounted prices sometimes posted here. Amazon currently have 12 months of Photoshop for £110 which works out to a reasonable £9.12/month Agree that it’s a known tactic of Adobe to make the student and educational versions cheap as possible just to get people using their software and then charging more for the full versions but that’s not an excuse to advocate piracy; if you’re making money from it then it pays for itself, if you’re just using for personal then there’s free alternatives available
It's good value I'm afraid. While I still use an old version of Photoshop 6, creative cloud has all adobe programmes. So good for staff and students in education.
Disagree as they also have the Photoshop‘Elements’ version aimed at home use so stealing the full version in theory robs them of an ‘elements’ license.
I'm sorry but Adobe software is the perfect use case scenario where nobody should feel guilty about sourcing for free if it's exclusively for home use. This is commercial software priced at a level for commercial use where it gives good value in terms of output and productivity. Learning to use it at home for free is all good for Adobe as it makes it easier for more people to use it in the workplace where it is quite rightly paid for.
Ah ok didn’t know that. We have it at our school already so assumed they have the package. Good deal though