Photoshop Photography Program

Photographers, here’s your chance to get Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 and your own customizable Behance ProSite to host your online portfolio – all for $9.99 per month! Yes, that’s correct, from today until 9am PST on December 2, 2013, you can sign up for this offer – and you do not have to have owned a previous version of Photoshop to qualify. You will need to commit to a one-year plan.
For more information on what you get click here

This is Adobes answer to the customers that were frustrated about the qualification requirements when they first announced the pairing of PhotoshopCC and Lightroom 5 as a subscription

Photoshop Photography Program

“For a limited time, you can join a special Creative Cloud plan designed exclusively for Photoshop customers focused on photography. It includes access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, plus feature updates and upgrades as they are available, 20GB of cloud storage for file sharing and collaboration, and a Behance ProSite. And it’s just US $9.99/month when you sign up for a one-year plan. This is not an introductory price, but you need to join by December 31, 2013. To qualify, you must own Photoshop CS3 or later

See if you qualify here

Faq’s and Terms

Automating File Transfer

While Lightroom is capable of handling imports direct from external media there may be times when all you need is to simply get the data from the cards to the computer without launching Lightroom. You do have a simple option to drag and drop from the card reader to any location on your machine but sometimes even that is inconvenient. Plus, there is no way of knowing that the transfer was safe. Read More…

Sharp Shooter eBook

Ever wondered why your images are not as sharp as they could be, or not as sharp as you thought they were? Well the new eBook from Craft&Vision by Martin bailey could hold some answers for you.

For the technically minded there is plenty of theory and for the practical folks theres quite a few tips and tricks that martin has proven by testing in the field. Read More…

Sketching Light by Joe McNally

An Illustrated Tour of the Possibilities of Flash

I don’t know how many books there are on the market that will show you how to light your subjects with lighting diagrams “drawn” on napkins but I dare say there are hundreds that will give you more information than necessary to explain every detail of how a shot was taken. How many of those actually explain why? Read More…


Making stronger photographs with your camera phone

We’ve all heard the sayings, “its not about the camera, its about the person using it” and “it doesn’t matter what camera you have, so long as you have it with you”. Well more often than not, the one you’ll have with you is the one on your smartphone, Read More…

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