Updating pirated adobe software
We raise holy heck when a concert promoter offers to comp our tickets instead of providing a check for services rendered.
A newspaper or website wants to give us a credit line in lieu of payment because it’ll give us more “exposure.” Yet here we are, expecting the art industry to be taken seriously, but have no compunctions of “borrowing” software from a torrent because we want to save a few bucks.
Here’s a quick checklist to see if your Photoshop copy is legit.
If your Photoshop or other Adobe software product is: The truth is, most people who run pirated copies of Photoshop don’t need or use 95% of the functionality and features the software offers.
Among the sponsored ads you’ll see ads for Photoshop and other Adobe products selling for less than half of retail.
Most of these are ads bought via Google’s Adwords by online shops specializing in counterfeiting, while others are selling their pirated wares on Ebay and Amazon marketplace (note I say marketplace – if an item ships directly from you can be fairly certain it’s legit). Bottom line – to purchase Photoshop, buy directly from Adobe using the links we provide below.
You’ll probably be just as content working with a copy of Photoshop.
Not everyone wants two gallons of mustard when all they need is enough for a sandwich. In this case, currency itself.) By lowering the entry price of its software suite and the unit of value that corresponds to it, Adobe has made its flagship software more accessible to more people in an age when digital media manipulation is more democratic than ever…
If you’re already a Photoshop user, it’ll take some time to get adjusted to the interface, and finding your way around the program. Finally, there is an application that modifies GIMP to look like Photoshop.