Poll: What concerns you most about Adobe’s move to subscriptions?

River, they retain the rights because the only way they’ll ever get out of the poor house is if they’re good enough to get people to buy prints, otherwise they couldn’t charge ten grand for a job and have anybody pay it. It’s them, probably an assistant on site, an office, a computer, very expensive software, hours and hours of processing, printing, all the preparation, dealing with difficult people, having some bozo in the back taking shots they have carefully set up (thereby stealing some of their print income), and a few bodies, high dollar lenses, wear and tear on the equipment, lighting and flashes, rain damage, insurance….it is a big, expensive business to run. And when serious processing is done photographers save their file as a PSD that retains all of their layers so that modifications can be made later. If their PS expires, their PSD files go bye bye.

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