I have been wondering for a long time now that will there every be a chance to mix and match the products instead of always buying bundles?
I mean I have the photography plan but I would also like to have Illustrator. It seems ridiculous to pay more for only one application than the photography bundle together.
So if there is any update on this, I would appreciate the heck out of it 🙂
adobe's never (so far) had an option like that other than the photography (ps and lr) bundle.
Adobe doesn't usually announce new features or products until they are actually released.
Don't hold your breath, however, as I doubt that Adobe will ever have different plans than is currently available.
The Photography plan is meant as an entry level plan with hopes of users graduating to the All Apps plan.
The Photography Plan is a deeply discounted bundle for $10/month. If you got the same apps a la cart it would cost $63/month for Photoshop, Lightroom and Lightroom Classic. So you're getting a huge discount with the Photography Plan that is not indicative of "normal" pricing.
Add another app and pay the à la carte price. Add more than 2 apps and you're actually better off cancelling Photography Plan and switching to the ALL APPS bundle for $53/month which includes about 31 apps & services.
It's the same with my phone/Internet/Cable TV provider. They charge significantly less per item on a bundle than they do for à la carte. If you're like me you get the bundle to save money even though you don't use everything. I can't remember the last time I looked at the Disney Channel but it's in my TV package. If I tried to cancel Disney, it would end up costing me more than if I didn't.
This just shows what an amazing bargain the photography plan is, not that the other apps need to be harmonized... the average user of the full $50/month suite uses 3-4 apps, and that is the price model.