Students can try Lightroom for free with a seven-day trial of the Creative Cloud All Apps plan. You’ll get 20+ apps, including Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro, plus 100GB of cloud storage. After the free trial, the student price is US$19.99/mo for the first year, and US$29.99/mo after that. For more information, see the terms and conditions.
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Students get Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for desktop and mobile with the Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps plan. Save over 60% on 20+ powerful creative apps built for everyone.
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Share your world with followers.
Turn every social post into a chapter of your story. Whether you capture food, travel, or people, give your feed a signature vibe with instant presets and batch edits — from anywhere and any device.
Put class projects into focus.
Punch up presentations or student publications with photos that pop. An AI-powered storage system lets you search, manage, and share your albums from the field for research or reports.
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Save over 60% with student pricing on the All Apps plan to get Lightroom and 20+ apps like Adobe Premiere Pro, Acrobat, and Illustrator, plus all the support you need to bring your vision to life.
Frequently asked questions.
Lightroom is included in the Creative Cloud All Apps plan for students at US$19.99/mo for your first year. To learn more, see the terms and conditions, or compare plans and pricing.
Yes. Eligible students save over 60% on the Creative Cloud All Apps plan, which includes Lightroom. The price is US$19.99/mo for the first year, and US$29.99/mo after that. Learn how to qualify for a student discount. For more information, see the terms and conditions.
Qualified students save over 60% on the All Apps plan. You pay US$19.99/mo for the first year, and US$29.99/mo after that. Learn how students save money with Adobe. For more information, see the terms and conditions.
To qualify for the student discount, simply purchase the plan with a verified school-issued email address. If you do not have a school-issued email address or it cannot be verified, additional proof of eligibility may be requested after purchase.
Over 20 apps are in the Creative Cloud All App plan for students, including Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom for photography, Adobe Illustrator and Indesign for graphic design, and Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects for videos. All of these apps are designed to work together, so you can move seamlessly from one project to another.
Creative Cloud includes access to hundreds of thousands of high-quality, royalty-free assets and templates via Adobe Stock like photos, graphics, video clips, design templates, and 3D assets to jump-start any project. Many of these assets are free to Creative Cloud subscribers for commercial or personal use. Some premium assets might require you to purchase a license before you can use them.
Every app in Creative Cloud includes tutorials for any feature you’d like to learn. Behance offers even more how-tos for specific techniques. Start your free trial and see how easy it is to begin making what you imagine right away.
Yes, Lightroom syncs across many devices. Lightroom for mobile brings the power of the desktop app to your phone, so organizing photos and making your best shots better is always simple no matter where you are.
Lightroom excels at quick edits, light and color correction, and instant, customizable presets on desktop or mobile. It also has a robust, AI-powered photo organization and auto-tagging system, so you can always find the photo or album you’re looking for. Photoshop lets you change anything about an image, add or remove elements, and make stunning composites or photo art. Learn more about the differences between Lightroom and Photoshop.
Lightroom Classic is a desktop application. Lightroom is cloud-based and works across desktop and mobile devices, so you can edit and share your photos anywhere you are. Learn more about the difference between Lightroom and Lightroom Classic.