have you heard about Adobe Creative Cloud?

Adobe Creative Cloud Product Spotlight For Photographers and Design Aglow We're LOVING the newest feature Adobe is offering, Adobe Creative Cloud, a membership that grants access to all of Adobe's Creative Suite 6 Programs, including Photoshop and Lightroom 4 - and all for $49.99 (annual contract) a month. Even better...if you're a teacher or student, you can take advantage of Adobe's Creative Cloud for $29.99 per month. From Adobe: "Adobe Creative Cloud is an ongoing membership that lets you download and install any of the Adobe Creative Suite 6 desktop applications, plus other applications including Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4. You also get online services for file sharing, collaboration, and publishing. Best of all, you get the latest apps and features as soon as they're released - giving you the freedom to create anything you can imagine." Adobe is offering both annual (requires 1-year contract) and monthly (no contract required) memberships; the annual is $49.99/mo and the monthly is $74.99/mo. You can find out more details about the plans HERE. If you're still not sure about making a commitment, you can also sign up for a 30-day trial before making any decisions on if the Creative Cloud is a good fit for you. We highly recommend trying it out! Click here to learn more about Adobe Creative Cloud! *Video and Image courtesy of www.adobe.com.


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