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For those of you who can’t afford PHOTOSHOP CS 6 Extended for $999 or $2600 for the creative suite, here is some good news…

You can now rent the whole suite for $50 a month or Photoshop CS 6 alone for just $19 a month if you pay for the full year in advance or $30 if you want to rent it month to month.

You guys need to watch these clips, awesome times we live in and kind of scary too… We live in a a world where everything is in the clouds like in I-ROBOT.

I know a lot of people are waiting on some hacked version or a friend who could share it with them, but you will be suffering a lot from all the crashes and lock ups a hacked or coped version is going to give you because a lot of features require you to connect online and sign in to the adobe site. Oh and did I tell you about how you can edit simple videos too in Photoshop?!?! stay tune and watch all the clips!!! 🙂

Due to all the past piracy in the past Photoshop has doubled in price not only because of added features is has gone from $549 up to $999 or $400 just for the upgrade, insane!!!

And I am not mad at Adobe for this. it is only right you pay your dues to those who make great technological advances to make your work stronger and give you creative freedom so renting Photoshop CS 6 for $19 a month is a super cool deal along with all the extra cool benefits.

Oleg Dou doing amazing works with Photoshop

Here is a cool break down of what is new and whats to come.

Introduction to Photoshop CS6:

Adobe Creative Cloud, revealed earlier this year, offers access to the entire CS6 suite, along with the new Adobe Muse and Adobe Edge preview apps, for a monthly fee. It also supports sync with the iPad Photoshop apps and versions for Android tablets, pulling together the workflow across platforms in 20GB of online storage.

Files are automatically synchronized and thus available for any device you’re using, while sites and apps created in CS6′s other tools can be pushed to the iOS App Store and Android Play market or published to the web directly from the cloud.

Photoshop, meanwhile, gets new design tools and extends its offering to support video clip editing. A new Blur filter section offers tilt-shift-style effects, the ability to blur everything with a single focal point, or vary the blurriness between multiple focal points, complete with on-image and in-context controls.

As for Photoshop CS6 Extended, that adds in a 3D version of the new Mercury Graphics Engine, along with new 3D controls and effects including reflections and shadows that can be dragged around the frame.

Introduction to Photoshop CS6 Extended:

Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine:

Adobe is hoping to tempt users into Creative Cloud subscriptions with the promise of earlier access to new app versions, including fresh Photoshop features and services. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 will also be integrated into Creative Cloud “in the future” the company says, and there’s a new desktop app, Adobe Creative Cloud Connection, to sync files between the desktop and mobile. Adobe Collage, Adobe Debut and Adobe Proto will all be making the jump from Android tablets to iPad soon as well.

Photoshop CS6 Video Creation tools:

The new Photoshop CS6 packages are all expected to be on sale within a month, and are available to pre-order now. Photoshop CS6 is priced at $699 while Photoshop CS6 Extended is $999; upgrade pricing will also be available for existing customers, though that is yet to be confirmed. Meanwhile, subscription pricing for Photoshop CS6 is $19.99 per month for an annual contract or $29.99 for a month-to-month contract.

As for Adobe Creative Cloud, individuals will pay $49.99 per month for annual membership or $74.99 for month-to-month membership, with access to CS6 Extended included. Existing CS3, CS5, CS5 and CS5.5 individual customers can take advantage of a $29.99 per month deal, as can education customers under the Student and Teacher Edition of Adobe Creative Cloud.

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