Adobe Unveils New Offer For Photoshop & Lightroom Customers
Adobe Unveils a New Offer For Photoshop and Lightroom Customers
Highlights of Photoshop CC and Lightroom Roadmap Shared at PhotoshopWorld 2013
Auckland – September 5, 2013 – At the keynote of today’s PhotoshopWorld conference in Las Vegas, Adobe shared its roadmap for Photoshop Creative Cloud and Lightroom, highlighting some of the new technologies in the pipeline that will bring advanced digital imaging to mobile devices, and facilitate connection and sharing across the Creative Cloud community and Behance.
Adobe also announced a special offer tailored specifically for photographers who are already using Photoshop CS3 or any higher version including Photoshop CC.
“Since introducing Photoshop CC, we’ve been listening to customers around the world including here in New Zealand, gathering feedback from a broad spectrum of users, ranging from advanced professionals to keen enthusiasts,” said Michael Stoddart, Creative Cloud Manager, Asia Pacific. “We’ve just finished a series of Create Now Asia Pacific roadshows across 13 cities in 9 countries, where we’ve engaged with more than six thousand customers, and we’ve been listening closely to their comments and feedback. One common request was a solution specifically tailored for photographers. We’re very happy to announce a special offer tailored for our loyal Photoshop customers, effective from today.”
Customers who own Photoshop CS3 or higher are eligible for a special Creative Cloud membership offer that includes all of the following for just AU$9.99/month on an annual subscription:
20 GB of online storage
Access to Creative Cloud Learn's exclusive training resources
Ongoing upgrades and updates.
“To be clear, $9.99 is not an introductory price. It is the price for eligible customers who sign up before December 31, 2013,” said Mr Stoddart.
The offer will become available from 18 September 2013.
“For more than 20 years, Adobe has been proud to be an integral part of the world’s photographic community. We’re excited about the role we play in helping digital imaging advance and evolve,” said Mr Stoddart.