If like many of us, you invested in Adobe Photoshop pre CC then you may be a little upset to find that Adobe no longer provide Camera RAW updates for these products. That's not a major issue until you decide to upgrade to a new camera body and then it becomes one. In effect, Adobe have frozen support for bodies forcing most people to consider moving to their CC product which is based on a monthly/annual subscription model. It's not overly expensive in the scheme of things at around £8 per month, but as someone who paid for a full product I resent being forced into this model of software payment and I know I'm not alone with those feelings.
There are lots of alternatives which you can use to get around this, but none of them currently offer the ability to keep exactly the same workflow as before.
You can use your own camera manufacturers bespoke software (In the case of Canon thats DPP, Nikon's NX-D, Fuji's Silkypix) and that will convert the RAW file to TIFF, PSD or DNG from which you can then resume your normal workflow.
You can use a RAW to TIFF batch converter such as Easy2Convert RAW to TIFF Pro ($20). That will convert all your shoot to TIFF's and again you can then resume your normal workflow.
You can buy Photoshop Elements 15 (About £85) and that uses the latest RAW converter, but you don't get the catalogue/lightbox facility of Bridge or Lightroom, you don't get curves adjustments and you can't batch process in the RAW converter like you can in PS.
There's also a new kid on the block that's well worth a look called Affinity Photo.