Pixbuf Launches Public Beta

August 14, 2015 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software, Websites | Comment | |
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Pixbuf has just launched into public beta, and introduced photographer's analytics. Creating a platform for aggregating data from all available services, Pixbuf gives photographers an idea of who likes their pictures and what communities they are from. Acting as a photographer’s hub for automated sharing on various services, Pixhub enables you to easily upload your pictures, set up sharing and head out to take more pictures. “We want to give photographers back the time for photography,” says Filip Molcan, founder of Pixbuf. “Making an exceptional picture is very difficult today. Standing out from the crowd on the Internet is even harder and that’s where we want to help.” Pixbuf is available for free at the website below.

Website: Pixbuf

Pixbuf Press Release

Pixbuf wants to change the way photographers share their work

Pixbuf, the best social media management tool for photographers, launches public beta and introduces photographer’s analytics.

The way we take photographs has changed. Even professional photographers take pictures using smartphones, post-processing is largely automatic and very soon, mobile phones will be capturing photographs of equal quality as today’s DSLRs. Similarly, the way we share photographs has also changed. Nobody goes to local photo clubs anymore; instead, photographers share their pictures on countless social networks and with professional communities, submit them into competitions and try to sell them in photo galleries.

Pixbuf creates a platform for aggregating data from all available services, finally giving photographers an idea of who likes their pictures and what communities they’re from. Pixbuf becomes a powerful analytical tool, providing photographers with their own “Google Analytics”.

In between all those activities, less and less time is left for what’s really important – taking pictures. Pixbuf is here to change that, acting as a photographer’s hub for automated sharing on various services like Facebook, Twitter, 500px, Flickr and others. You can easily upload your pictures, set up sharing and head out to the nature, city or studio to take more pictures. After you come back, the Photographer’s Analytics feature will show you who liked your photos, how much and where they’re from.

Filip Molcan, founder of Pixbuf, plans to add more networks like Instagram, Pinterest or Google+, as well as services for archiving pictures or applying for photo contests. Soon also through the use of Adobe Lightroom plugin.

“We want to give photographers back the time for photography. Making an exceptional picture is very difficult today. Standing out from the crowd on the Internet is even harder and that’s where we want to help,” says Filip Molcan, founder of Pixbuf.

Pixbuf wants to change the way photographers work with their media - allow them to easily upload, plan and share photos to all social networks, photography communities, contests or markets.

Pixbuf is available for free at http://pixbuf.com

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