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Online photo share service DropShots
Ilse Jurriƫn : December 18th 2005 - 20:22 CET
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DropShotsOnline photo share service : DropShots.com announces its service to help friends and families stay connected through photos, videos, and conversations. DropShots is the result of a three year study out of University of California, San Diego on how to improve human interaction and strengthen the emotional bonds via advanced technology. Once a prototype under the name of JussPress.com, DropShots is the commercialization of this service now available to the general public. Already, DropShots hosts over 1.5 million photos and 100,000 video clips, and by word of mouth alone is growing at a monthly rate of over 35 percent. With families as its core demographic target, DropShots is designed for all ages and levels of computer proficiency.
Online photo share service DropShotsShare photos and videos
Most other photo sharing services were designed for the technologically advanced, budding professional photo-graphers, bloggers, or with the intent to urge people to purchase prints. DropShots has created new technology that makes it easy to share photos and videos with exceptional ease. Even grandma will be uploading video messages to her grandchildren spread over six states!

Dropbox for digital images
For busy moms on the go, DropShots makes it easier and faster to share important moments with friends and family. Through its proprietary DropBox utility, a user can drag a single picture or an entire folder with years of accumulated digital images, and it will all be automatically resized, uploaded, organized, and published by the date and time of capture. In one step everything is immediately ready to share. "DropShots is not only the first photo and video sharing site designed for families, but it is also a unique relational technology that improves and strengthens the relationships between people," says DropShots CEO, Darren Hardy.

DropShots - Interactive photo share service
The magic of DropShots is what happens next. As with printed pictures, people share their photos to reminisce, laugh, and talk about the events of their life. The research on human relations concluded that the real joy of sharing photos was receiving feedback from viewers. The DropShots communication system was designed for comments from viewers to be an initiator to an ongoing dialogue between the user and the viewer, and between the viewers themselves. This facilitates friends and family of the user interacting and connecting in a fun and meaningful way about important life moments. With this free service, one may upload up to 500 pictures and 10 videos, and then it is $4.95/ month for unlimited use.

About DropShots
DropShots, Inc., based in San Diego, California, is a service to help friends and family stay connected through photos, videos, and conversations. DropShots has created new technology that makes it simple and convenient to share personal digital media. Streamlined features, drag-n-drop functions, and automatic processes make it accommodating for people with various levels of computer expertise.

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