Adobe gets 1 million Creative Cloud subscribers and announces new Photoshop Photography Program
Since its launch, Adobe’s major business initiative, Creative Cloud, took the Photoshop community by storm. With a subscription-based set up, the Cloud was welcomed by many, but also rejected by others. A year on and it’s defeated some of its critics having hit the 1 million membership milestone.
David Wadhwani, Senior Vice-President and General Manager for Digital Media, thanked all those involved in a recent blog post.
He said: “When we launched Creative Cloud, we shared our vision to build a platform for creativity that removes friction from the creative process and makes it more productive and connected, allowing you to do your best work.”
“Together we’ve taken Creative Cloud from an idea to more than a million premium members in just over a year.”
David Wadhwani, Adobe
Adobe also announced the new Photoshop Photography Program where, for a limited time only, customers with CS3 and above can join a Creative Cloud plan designed exclusively for Photoshop customers focused on photography.
The program includes access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, feature updates and upgrades, 20GB of cloud storage, and a Behance ProSite at £8.78 per month (when you sign up for a one-year plan). Click here for FAQ and terms.