The standard version of Photoshop will still run you $699 if you want to buy it. But, now you can pay $49 a month (or $35 a month if you're willing to commit to a whole year) for full use of the software. The Extended version, which normally costs $999, has a subscription price of $75 monthly or $49 if you commit to a year. Everything works exactly as you'd expect and you can subscribe and unsubscribe freely (unless you lock in for the yearly rate.) Your subscription gives you access to the very latest versions of the software, so there's no additional upgrade fee like there would be with a purchased copy. In fact, Adobe is marketing this program to users with software versions that are too old to be eligible for upgrade pricing.