Last week Adobe decided to try an “experiment” with their Creative Cloud Photography plan which amounted to doubling the price for the service. I said, “No.” I enjoy Lightroom, I just can’t afford it. Enter On1 Photo Raw.
After YouTube.tv announced their recent price increase my wife an I decided it was time to shut down our account. We just couldn’t do it any more.
Monday brought the news of yet another school shooting, this time not far from Columbine High School. I was working at a Middle School the day of the Columbine shooting. I remember the haunted looks on the teacher’s eyes at the Middle School where I worked the day the Columbine shooting took place.
I joke a lot about not wanting to be seen, but that’s not entirely true. I do want people to see me, but I’ve found time after time people would rather just tell me what I am. It leaves me feeling stranded.
With my impending departure from Adobe’s shores, I found myself wondering how my photography workflow would be affected. Would I still be able to handle some, if not most, of my workflow on my iPad once I leave Lightroom behind?
Last week Adobe, which has been so successful printing money with their Creative Cloud subscriptions every other developer is trying to mimic their model, decided they wanted to see how hard they could poke their users before they squeal in pain.