Monday, March 19, 2007
From Photoshop Insider: "Adobe made a subtle change to their upgrade policy for Photoshop CS3, which won't affect most of us, but if you're working on pretty old version of Photoshop (like Photoshop 6.0, 5.5, etc.) I'll be able to save you some money getting to CS3 if you move quickly. You see, previous Adobe let anyone with any registered version of Photoshop (even Photoshop 2.0, etc.) upgrade to the latest version by just paying the regular upgrade price. But as of the release of Photoshop CS3, you'll only be able to upgrade at the standard upgrade price, if you have Photoshop 7, CS, or CS2. So, if you're still using Photoshop 6.0 or earlier (and some people still are) here's what I'd recommend; upgrade to Photoshop CS2 now (you'll pay something around $169), then you can buy the upgrade to CS3 when it comes out at the regular upgrade price which will save you literally hundreds of dollars over having to the buy the full version once CS3 ships."