PhotoShelter Review

Problems of Being a Photographer

Okay, here is the deal.

As a photographer, you need to invest in professional photography equipment such as:

  • professional DSLRs,
  • great camera lenses,
  • flash, filters, wireless triggers, memory cards, tripods, bags,
  • as well as hire models, take pictures, spend hours color correcting on a Mac,
  • build a portfolio, contact stock agencies, and art buyers, market yourself,
  • buy a domain and photo hosting space,
  • design a website and get a payment gateway…

Whew! Did I miss anything? Give me a break, please!

Can’t we get at least something ready-made so that we can do better with our time? As a fellow photographer, you must be nodding your head in agreement.

You know what, there is a solution.

PhotoShelter.com. It is the best place that a photographer can find himself/herself in.

So What Does PhotoShelter Have to Offer Us?

PhotoShelter offers a completely robust and scalable platform to design and host our web presence as a photographer. The platform has a built-in e-commerce gateway, cloud storage that is secure and robust and a number of client management tools that make sharing access to photos on a project to individual clients and sending work for approval as easy as 1-2-3.

There are a number of other tools as well which promises to make our life as a photographer a lot easier. So what are you going to do with all that time? Take more pictures if you ask me!

PhotoShelter Review

8 years ago a casual dinner meeting to discuss the future of photography and the industry witnessed the birth of a new platform for photographers – PhotoShelter. Since the launch of PhotoShelter, the industry has seen a lot of changes. Digital cameras are ubiquitous today and compact cameras are being increasingly pushed to the wall by the ever-improving mobile cameras. The technology inside today’s DSLRs have improved dramatically too.

But the essence of photography has not changed a bit. People still love to take a pictures and share them with their friends. What has changed, though, is the way they take and the way they share it. Thus PhotoShelter has more relevance today than ever before. It seamlessly fits into the growing demand created by a larger global community of photographers.

They want to have a way to not only be able to share their photos seamlessly but also to market their photos and to have a dependable platform from where they could showcase their work without the associated hassles of having to invent the wheel all over again (i.e.; do everything by hand).

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