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Ralf Jurrien : August 3th 2007 - 09:22 CET

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NewsShootLive sports photo service : Images of David Beckham’s planned debut for Los Angeles Galaxy against Chelsea on Saturday are to be used by United Kingdom-based PA Photos to trial a new release of ShootLive, a new photo service that will herald a new era in how sports photography reaches websites, mobile phones and other media outlets. The match is to be covered by PA Photos, the photographic agency of the PA Group, the United Kingdom’s national agency, which has a world reputation for covering leading football events. ShootLive is a digital photography process that allows PA photographers to get their action pictures to a customer’s new media offering within minutes.
ShootLive sports photography
Developed by PA Photos, this latest release of ShootLive will allow pictures to appear on authorised sites and devices within minutes of the kick-off of a football match. The new development gives ShootLive a world lead in terms of its speed and total solution from pitch to page. “ShootLive is bringing action photography to end users faster than ever before and in a way that means our customers save time in editing and placement” said ShootLive Marketing Director Mark Habgood.

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ShootLive sport photos
“We believe ShootLive will represent a landmark in the delivery and presentation of sports photography in the new media world. We are already talking to several organisations who represent some of the leading sporting events.” ShootLive automates the digital photography process from photographer to consumer to deliver edited and captioned images from events in ‘real time’. The latest development will allow new media organisations to automatically publish the maximum number of in-game pictures directly to their digital platforms. PA Photos is the photo agency of the PA Group, offering news, sport and showbiz pictures, past and present from around the world. Photos have been an integral part of PA for over a century, and delivered on the wire every day since 1945. In this latest development, pictures are transmitted around the world within minutes of camera click direct to end user platforms.

ShootLive
ShootLive is an innovative system that delivers ‘real time’ photography from sports, entertainment or news events for new media applications and to newspaper picture desks within minutes of the action happening. The pictures are transmitted from the ShootLive system carried by the photographer to PA Photos’ operations centre, where an editor selects, edits and captions the best photos. ShootLive combines images, commentary and data to deliver multimedia experiences to digital platforms. With this unique platform, PA Photos delivers record numbers of images in real time from major sporting and entertainment events to UK and international customers.





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