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    appears they do have a 30 day trial of all apps available with limited services(bottom):

    http://www.adobe.com/products/creati...ing-guide.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by carbonetc View Post
    No need to pay at all. CS2 is free to download. It's around 10 years old, but there are few things that hobbyists use Photoshop for that CS2 can't handle.
    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    Agree with carbonetc; unless you rely in CS as a work tool you use daily/weekly, it makes little sense to buy in to the Cloud CS model, since two years worth of subscription will equal the cost of buying one of the standalone products like Lighroom. CS2 is, as carbon mentioned, a free tool. I am still using CS4 and have no need for any of the more advanced features. I do, however, have Lightroom 4 and at its price point, I don't think there is a better photographers editor out there. If I am ever faced to pay for a subscription version of LR, I will stop buying the Adobe product.
    Sorry to burst your bubble but CS2 is not free despite the dozens of blogs and other websites claiming otherwise. Adobe amended the website and you need to be a registered Adobe customer to access the downloads page. Once you access the page it clearly states the downloads are for custmers who have previously purchased a valid license for the software.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Sorry to burst your bubble but CS2 is not free despite the dozens of blogs and other websites claiming otherwise. Adobe amended the website and you need to be a registered Adobe customer to access the downloads page. Once you access the page it clearly states the downloads are for custmers who have previously purchased a valid license for the software.
    My girlfriend downloaded CS2 last week from the Adobe site. Totally free. No catches. If they amended it, they must have just done it.

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    GIMP is a really great free photoshop alternative for light use: http://www.gimp.org/

    I refuse to purchase monthly plans for Adobe software, I'm currently only a Lightroom user, so I'm fine for now, but I see bad things in the future of single payment purchases.
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