posted Saturday, December 28, 2013 at 6:08 PM EST


Back in September, Adobe announced its Photoshop Photography Program, a $10 bundle of its subscription-only Photoshop Creative Cloud product with the photographer-centric Photoshop Lightroom, 20GB of cloud storage, and a Behance ProSite. The program offers a pretty significant savings over the US$50/month charged for the full Creative Cloud suite, and even over the single-app plan at US$20/month.

Initially, there was a catch: to be eligible you had to own either Photoshop CS3+ or Creative Suite CS3+, a requirement that was later dropped. That means anyone can now enter the program, regardless of whether they're an existing or new customer.

If you want to take advantage of the offer, you'll need to act quickly: Adobe has stated that the Photoshop Photography Program will only be open for enrolment thru December 31st. That gives you three days from today to take action. Once you sign up, you lock in your US$10/month pricing for the foreseeable future, as the company has stated that this is not simply an intro price, but is the expected ongoing price for the program.