For 20 years I was a fully licensed professional user of CS, from early days to the last CS edition. Over the decades I have paid many thousands of Euros for my CS software licenses. Now, however, I am retired on a modest pension. I wish to continue using Photoshop for my home photographs, but I cannot afford the CC fees. However, since my Mac Pro running MacOS High Sierra is going all 64 bit I cannot continue to use my old software. I must upgrade. An alternative to Photoshop is GIMP but I would prefer to remain with Photoshop. I recommend that Adobe make a low cost single-user subscription available for retired professionals. It would be simple to acquire proof of age and pension entitlement, after which the single user could remain authenticated in the system. I hope to hear a positive response from Adobe to this suggestions.
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