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PRESS RELEASE: dotPhoto Unveils Next Generation of Leading Photo Sharing Site
Consumers take center stage at www.dotPhoto.com, where digital images become the dynamic building blocks for an exciting, interactive Web community that celebrates the power of personal stories
Trenton, N.J. - June 1, 2006 - Today dotPhoto announced the highly anticipated launch of the next generation of its flagship consumer service: www.dotPhoto.com, the most comprehensive multimedia and photo-sharing site, with features and services perfectly tailored to an individual's special images, moments, and memories. Compelling and highly interactive, the new www.dotPhoto.com automatically builds communities for consumer photographers by providing a next-generation forum where they share life's stories through the magic of digital photography.
With its incredibly clean design, intuitive workflow, and customizable features, the new www.dotPhoto.com enhances the amateur photographer's experience from shutter-click to mouse-click, transforming their personal photos and videos into a truly engaging story.
"dotPhoto gives each and every photographer the opportunity to use their special images and videos in as many meaningful ways as possible," says Fred King, Vice President and General Manager-Web for dotPhoto, a leading provider of photo, video, and multimedia applications, content, and services for wireless and Web users. "Every user gets that coveted and sometimes much deserved 15 minutes of fame when they express themselves to our online community, whether through a personal Web site, an on-line photo slide show, or customized merchandise gift. As a result, dotPhoto.com goes far beyond utilitarian-it completely engages our audience, and gives them the optimal member experience."
The new dotPhoto.com has a redesigned 'unified interface' that makes it easy to access its friendly, personalized features, such as My dotPhoto, My Albums, My Shows, My Projects, and My Web Site. Other cool options include community photo sharing with Top Picks, and merchandising opportunities with unique, theme-based products. Finally, in-depth, easy-to-use editing tools work on both Macs and PCs, ranking the overall dotPhoto process as the fastest in the industry.
"While technology and tools are always changing, the human experience lasts forever," King says. "Our newly redesigned and re-engineered dotPhoto.com site brings technology and community together in a dramatic and meaningful way that's never been done before. We invite everyone with a digital camera or camera phone to visit the new dotPhoto.com, and experience the next-generation of photo sharing."
To learn more about the services offered on www.dotPhoto.com, please contact Kathryn O'Connor at 610-642-8253 ext. 154, or [email protected]
About dotPhoto, Inc.
dotPhoto is an online (r)etailer and vendor of an integrated Web-to-wireless platform. The company offers compelling digital photo sharing and storage services through its Web sites for consumers (www.dotPhoto.com) and professionals (www.dotPhotoPro.com). dotPhoto also offers a comprehensive portfolio of wireless applications that let consumers use their camera phones in new, innovative ways. dotPhoto's Pictavision® application gives camera phone users a mobile photo and video portal that allows integration of easy-to-use camera controls with online uploading and sharing functions. dotPhoto's 'My' Brands applications let consumers personalize their phones with rich multimedia content. The company's Pictavision, My Brands, and other branded wireless applications, as well as OEM and co-branded applications, are deployed on 23 carriers in the Americas and India.
(First posted on Wednesday, June 7, 2006 at 13:33 EDT)