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Photosuite Canada launches managed service solution for Canadian volume photographers New Products 

Photosuite Canada launches managed service solution for Canadian volume photographers

Photosuite Canada, a division of Fotosko, launched a managed services solution for Canadian independent volume photographers as well as its new distributor role of Norway’s Netlife Photosuite PRO solution for bigger studios in North America. Photosuite Canada combines the Netlife Photosuite LITE workflow with managed services such as end-consumer online and phone support, allows independent volume photographers to streamline their... Read More
UPGRD is a new service for automatically enhancing photo designs Events Feature SDKs and APIs 

UPGRD is a new service for automatically enhancing photo designs

Sometimes big ideas come from small companies. As volume photography market service providers to make products more personalized to improve customer satisfaction, there comes the natural dilemma of maintaining productivity. UPGRD is a company providing a new way of offering automated photo enrichment. The company started in 2012 as a school photography company in Finland, Oma Design, but by 2015,... Read More
Volume photography leaders launch free educational community Events News Press releases 

Volume photography leaders launch free educational community

“Speaking Volume” is a new Facebook Group to teach the volume photography business The school and sports photography business – commonly called “volume photography” – has seen tremendous growth over the past decade. Digital capture, green screens, downloads and more have opened up new profit potential, but the learning curve can be steep. A new Facebook Group called “Speaking Volume”... Read More
Volume photographers looking to move online, mobile, according to PhotoDay Market research 

Volume photographers looking to move online, mobile, according to PhotoDay

Survey Says: Online is Here to Stay, a blog post by Marissa Latshaw, CMO of PhotoDay, was a blog post covering the findings from a survey of volume sports, school and event photographers from across the country. PhotoDay surveyed 310 volume photographers who were evenly split between male and female. Nearly half were between the ages of 45 and 65.... Read More