Cool big news —- the Creative Cloud just got even better as Adobe has announced that they are adding Lightroom 4 to the Creative Cloud!

You can read all the details, right here. 

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Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for Photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books.

18 Comments

  1. Nice lazy post :P 

    This is actually pretty cool!

  2. Not available for Germany at the moment… 

  3. hmm I just bought both packages: lightroom and the cloud.
    Will I get  the money back? or 2,3 months free extension?
    Only time wil tell

  4. This is awesome news. It was only yesterday I was looking in to when Adobe would include it in the package as I didnt want to purchase this seperately.

  5. That’s great news, i say Bye bye Aperture hello Lightroom! started installing it right away!

  6. And this is a big deal?

  7. Sadly they still don´t bring support for Countrys like Argentina. even if We only want to be able to use the English version, without any support. etc.

    The only way to get the CS6 master collection in Argentina cost about 3 to 6 months of a Graphic designer salary, allowing subscription from here will help a lot to reduce piracy.  even better if they make different Cloud subscription.

    for example,  I only need the products in the Production Premium suite,  ad i think than a lower price subscription for it could be a good one too (besides i think that the current price is really nice for master collection)

    • Same here in Panama. We can’t subscribe to the Creative Cloud. I won’t upgrade to CS6 until I’m able to do it through the Creative Cloud, for me it makes more sense financially. I also totally agree that enabling the subscription model will help reduce piracy.

  8. $600 a year???  Youch. 

  9. I guess that I should be excited for the opportunity to pay Adobe $1200 for a $600 product. Of course, if I  decide that I only need every other major release then I can pay adobe $2400 for a $1200 product.

    •  If all your going to use is Lightroom or Photoshop for that matter than the Creative Cloud is not for you, but if you shoot video along with your sills and need Premiere to edit them, or have a website and need the web tools then it is a good choice.

  10. Now if they would just add the iPad Touch Apps!

  11. SO awesome!  I’ve already downloaded it and everything.  This is the addition to the Creative Cloud I’ve been waiting for.  Now, the company I work for is all set up to take our graphic design to a new level.

  12. That’s pretty awesome. I wonder if Adobe will discount the price I’m about to pay for Creative Cloud by the amount I paid for my LR4 upgrade…

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