cant wait tell it gets out of beta then i will try it
It's more than a good idea -- what with everyone in this "I want to get into digital photography" age. Adobe then has a chance to get people to use the software, making it known household-wide and really get a taste of SOME of what photoshop can do; granted Adobe offers trial version(s), but to me I would be more likely to use a software if I knew I wasn't going to get spammed about buying it only a week after downloading it......
Considering how expensive this software is,it is a very good oportunity to try it!
It would be nice if Adobe actually read their own EULA
I mean some of the language in it makes you think they own all your photos and can do whatever they want with them without your permission..
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