How many times have you heard this one: I know you’re busy, but could you please make me a copy of that shot? If the answer to this questions is “too many”, then Snapshot Culture is for you.
Snapshot Culture allows yearbook staffs to display all the images they have taken, not just the ones that eventually make it into the book. As soon as a section of your book is put to bed, take all the images that didn’t make it into that section of the book and put them on-line. Then, once the yearbook is handed out to students, put the entire book on-line. Just think about all the excitement the yearbook generates when it’s handed out, now double that.
Not to be overlooked, with Snapshot Culture, now the yearbook staff all have a very nice response to those very nice requests for additional copies of prints: “it’s already on-line.”
So let’s sum this up: you can use all your shots not just ten percent of them; you can put all the shots from your book on-line; you can gladly field all those requests for copies; and you can make the school (or the yearbook program) a pretty penny in the process. What’s not to like?
If you’re the yearbook advisor or on the yearbook staff or if you’re an amateur photographer looking to be published, the Snapshot Culture Program will make your life a whole lot easier. Find out for yourself, get Snapshot Culture. It’s a Snap!