Everyone is doing what they can to make the COVID-19 pandemic somewhat easier to deal with and one of those companies is Adobe who offered students free subs to help them complete their work.
The company is now extending that generous offer to all people with a free 60-day subscription to Creative Cloud.
That means you get access to Adobe’s software suite for the great price of $USD 0. And best of all is that this price and offer is even extended to current subscribers. Naturally, you’ll have to cancel your current sub and then take advantage of the offer in order to get it for free.
One caveat about this that we’re reading is that it isn’t a smooth process for everyone. Specifically, users that pay annually are running into roadblocks. We suggest you make sure with Adobe if what you’re doing is all right just to be safe.
If you’ve followed our news lately, or any news for that matter, you’re likely already aware of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the world and, particularly, photography. We’ve covered stories about how event photographers are struggling during this time of relatively little business as well as stories about trade show cancellations and product release delays. In short, it’s been a wild ride so far. Here’s hoping things start looking up from here.
What about you? Will you take advantage of Adobe’s offer for 60 days of free Creative Cloud? Let us know your thoughts on this story in the comments section below.
Also, we have a bunch of other photography news articles on this website that you might like to check out. You can do that by clicking this link right here.