The days when etiquette dictated that all wedding photos must be printed in leather-bound albums are behind us. Fewer professional photographers are using traditional film, and those photographers who use digital cameras need a reliable way to post proofs for their clients to view online. Enter HoneyBook.
Although HoneyBook will eventually be available to couples looking for ways to share photos, videos, music, and other digital content with friends, the web-application is currently only available to professional photographers. If you fit the bill, and you’re looking for a better way to share photos with your clients, then create a free HoneyBook account and start uploading images right away. Wedding albums can be organized in a timeline format, making it easy for clients to scroll straight to the ceremony or the reception when looking for specific files. Adding a ceremony song that plays when people visit an album and including a guestbook that people can use to post personal messages are two ways you can make each of your clients’ online albums unique.
When HoneyBook opens up for the public to use, couples will be able to request that their friends and family add their own content (including videos and candid snapshots) to their digital albums. HoneyBook is also working on features that will allow couples to tag certain vendors in their photos, which will be useful for brides-to-be who are interested in seeing the work that local florists and caterers have done at past events.
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