updated 10:07 am EDT, Fri May 10, 2013
Currently offering discounted single-app memberships
Adobe is considering doing a "photographer's bundle or photography cloud solution" to cater to one of its key markets, the company said in a blog post earlier this week. Under original plans announced on Monday, getting access to the next version of Photoshop, Photoshop CC, will normally cost at least $20 per month. People wanting the companion app Lightroom will still be able to buy a permanent license for that software, but getting access to both Photoshop and Lightroom -- as well as other apps a photographer might want -- could potentially be expensive.
"We've heard there's a lot of interest in a photographer's bundle or photography cloud solution and we're actively exploring offerings we can potentially create for you," the company writes. "We welcome your feedback around what you would like to see that fits your workflow needs."
In the meantime, Adobe is offering discounted single-app Creative Cloud memberships costing $10 per month for the first year. The sale expires July 31st however, and is only available to people who own Creative Suite 3 or later.