So, the photo has nothing to do with the post other than I wanted to spend a few […]
I want to make it clear I have no financial, personal, or other interest in Serif and their software.
That said, I want to alert readers who are interested in photography and playing with photos about the Affinity sale and free trial that is ending soon (click the image to go to their store). From their email:
In response to the pandemic last year and as a way to lend some support to the creative community, we made a 90-day free trial available for the Mac and Windows versions of the whole Affinity suite, while also cutting the price of all of our apps by 50%.
Overall, we’ve given out an incredible 1.5 million trials across all apps. To know how many people have found the extended free trial useful is extremely humbling and we’re grateful to have been able to help out.
We wanted to let you know the 90-day free trial and half-price offers (on all apps and content in our store) will end on the 30th of June, so please take advantage if you haven’t already before time runs out.
Here’s the thing … I subscribe to Adobe’s Photographer’s plan ($9.99/month, $119.88/year) which gives me access to Photoshop and Lightroom. Some people object to subscription plans, and some think they are too expensive, but would like access to something like Photoshop. Well, read on.
First, let me assure readers I have no horse in this race. Heck, I don’t even own a horse.
Let me rephrase it . . . I gain no benefit by reporting the following: Affinity is having a sale of their products.
Before I go on, here’s an image (not related to Affinity products).