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We rated Luminar as "Highly Recommended", and you can now visit the Luminar web site to try it for free.
WedPics is a new free service providing a rich media platform for capturing, sharing and interacting with all the photos taken throughout your wedding. Comprising a website and a smartphone app, WedPics allows everyone to upload, view, share, and download pictures. “No more need for disposable cameras at the table, guests can use the app at the wedding itself or afterwards via Smartphone or the website,” the company says. “In one click, the bride (or anyone with admin rights) can download all the pictures or send them to Facebook creating an instant photo book.” In addition, WedPics also provides an opportunity for professional wedding photographers to market their services to future brides.
Wedpics Press Release
Photography has always been a wedding staple. We’ve seen the rise of professional photography, disposable cameras and photo booths, but now simple photo sharing comes to weddings courtesy of WedPics.
Weddings are the ultimate social event, so it stands to reason that social networking should be part of the festivities. WedPics gives modern brides a whole new wedding tool and guests a new way to socially engage and experience a wedding, and best of all, it’s free!
WedPics provides a rich media platform for capturing, sharing and interacting with all the photos taken throughout the wedding. Available as an iPad or Android app or online at http://www.wedpics.com, WedPics allows everyone to upload, view, share, and download pictures. No more need for disposable cameras at the table, guests can use the app at the wedding itself or afterwards via Smartphone or the website. Any photo, from any camera can be added and any photos you upload can also be sent to social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest. In one click, the bride (or anyone with admin rights) can download all the pictures or send them to Facebook creating an instant photo book.
The site and the app mirror the look and feel of sites like Pinterest and Instagram that people are already familiar with so there is no learning curve. WedPics is also the only photo sharing platform that has the ability to capture high-res photos.
Just launched in August, WedPics has already seen over 5,000 couples take advantage of its free service. Over 25% of the users learned about WedPics having seen it at a wedding they attended. Even professional photographers are using it to market their services to future brides!