Reviews and Problems with Adobe CS6 Master Collection
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Last version of industry standard design software that you can own outright
10 October 2014
Summary: I bought Adobe CS6 Design Standard because it's the last version of the software that you can own outright. After CS6, Adobe switched over to the Creative Cloud for which there is a monthly fee. The version I bought was the Student and Teacher Edition. It's the full version of the software, but I had to prove I was a student in order to activate it. Mostly this involved having an active .edu e-mail address. I'm taking a class in Adobe InDesign right now.
Summary: I have been into photography since 2009. Before I knew about photoshop, I never edited my photos. But when I saw a friend use it, I've been impressed by its features and got it for personal use. Its capabilities is only limited to the user's knowledge of it's features. I know its price is steep and not everyone can afford it.
Summary: I really like Adobe products. I have been using them for years. Adobe Design & Web Premium gives you everything you need for web developing to designing marketing materials. I got this product on a incredibly good deal through eBay. I would recommend this product to anyone who has a background in graphic design.
Summary: I have been putting off owning my own full version of photoshop for years but now that I finally have it I absolutely love it. So much better than the years old version I was using - so many improvements why did I wait so long? Really enjoying this product!
Summary: I purchased AE CS6 for use in my freelance film company, and I love it. It's easy to use, it has lots of useful features, and it runs well on my 27" iMac. If you're trying to decide whether to use After Effects or Motion, AE is the way to go. $950 price difference aside, After Effects is superior in almost every way.