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  # 895876 15-Sep-2013 14:18
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surfisup1000:
michaelmurfy: I'd recommend just going for their Creative Cloud offering, it's about $50 per month or there is a photoshop only version for about $12 per month.


Phew, they really upped their prices if you only use occasionally. 




However, the price of CS6 in NZ was many times that which it was in the USA (I think the full package here retailed at circa $3,000!) and now you get the whole lot in Creative Cloud for $550 a year so not so bad looked at that way. Mind you very few users will want all the stuff - the photo guys won't usually want the Graphics stuff and so on and so forth so you are often paying for things you won't use.





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  # 904687 29-Sep-2013 18:24
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Hi Nancyjj!

I'm a student at SIT too, doing Diploma of Digital Film :-D
(course is kinda similar, with lots of papers which overlap, I'm doing this semester a DDP paper as part of my DDF for instance)

Make sure to join up to the SIT DDP Facebook groups once you start the course, they are very very helpful!




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