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Hello all and I'm asking those that use adobe products for income.
How does the changes to service affect You?
Will you be charging more for your service with the change to the subscription service adobe will be using?
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paul whitehead

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I know lots of people are very upset being forced into a contract all of a sudden. Creative cloud is awesome and I wouldn't change it for the world.. I did 1 freelance photoshop job and it paid off an entire year for my subscription. People have to understand, it's either 29.99, 19.99 a month or go back to only half actualy purchased the software, and other half that just rips adobes software off and don't pay anything. Even though adobe is super expensive, they are the best. They are finally clearing up the piracy cloud that was loosing the company millions.. Don't blame adobe, blame torrents and cheap people.
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»Cheap people« like old age pensioners who could just keep on using whatever version of Photoshop they had purchased last (for as long as their computers and OS would allow)?
Edit: Naturally I assume that this is not a vast percentage of Photoshop users.

Adobe’s decision to switch from perpetual licenses to cloud licensing seems regrettable to me and I think yours is the first post I noticed of someone actually seeming to favour it.
Good for you then ...