Event Photo Exchange Depot

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In today's digital world, cameras are everywhere. Every event you attend (whether public or private) likely has a number (perhaps even thousands) of photographers. The Event Photo Exchange Depot provides an easy mechanism for all of those photographers and all other attendees and participants to find, view, share, and upload images from this common event experience. Each photo-depot remains online for a limited time to allow all interested parties to access and download whatever photos they wish keep.


Company: EventPhotoExchange.com
Inquiry e-mail address: info@eventphotoexchange.com
Amazon Web Services Used: Amazon S3
Solution URL: http://www.EventPhotoExchange.com
Audience: Consumers
Pricing: Both Free and for-fee tiers available
Created On: August 3, 2007 9:12 PM GMT
Last Updated: August 3, 2007 9:13 PM GMT
Digital cameras are everywhere these days. The one thing we all share as individuals is events (parties, reunions, sporting events, conventions, campouts, etc.) - and these events usually have a number (perhaps even thousands) of individuals snapping photographs at every opportunity.

The Event Photo Exchange Depot provides a simple and low-cost mechanism for the sharing of all such photos on an event-specific basis. When registered with EventPhotoExchange.com an event is assigned a unique event code. Event attendees, participants, and photographers all then use this eventcode to access, view, share, and upload images related to that event. No additional registreation is necessary.

The Photo Exchange Depot for that event remains online for a specific period of time following the event to allow for all interested exchanges, selections, & downloads to take place.

The service is simple, straightforward, and task-specific. Register your next event (big or small) today!


Event photo exchange
Last Friday I was talking to a friend and the subject of photography came up. I told him that I had a class reunion on Saturday and I would be snapping some photos. He told me about this site "Event Photo Exchange" He said he had used it for a family reunion and it had worked great. I went to the site, registered, and printed event cards with all of the information about where people could view the photos I had taken. We had 500 people in our class so there were lots of people back.(The 30th) I started handing out cards and started snapping away. It has now been a week and we have about 250 photos up and some 400+ hits. What a great way to share photos. I would recommend giving it a try. Joel A. Harris
dadthebad on August 5, 2007 3:05 AM GMT
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