Welcome to the Future | The Glory of PASS

It’s so crazy how quickly technology evolves year after year… Every time I go to Starbucks, I pay with an app on my phone that also tracks all my purchases and gives me rewards. I can take a picture of a check to deposit it in my bank account. Last week, I FaceTimed with a friend while I was grocery shopping in Walmart. That was probably a little obnoxious for those around… Sorry! The fact is that you can’t ignore the ever-changing technology of our world, and today, I’ll be sharing how a new technology is affecting Kelsey Tice Photography… In a VERY good way. :)

In the past, the only ways of sharing images with my clients have been by CD, flash-drive, or Dropbox. There’s not necessarily anything wrong with these methods, but now I am using PASS, which is much more efficient and totally accident-proof. Not only will my clients have the option of instantly downloading the images they purchased AS SOON as they’re ready, but they won’t have to rely on CDs or flash-drives, which can easily break, get scratched, or end up lost in their junk closet. Cause let’s be honest… Everyone has a junk closet.

So what exactly is PASS, besides amazing, efficient, and a life-saver? PASS is an online sharing tool that allows photographers to upload entire events, whether that be a wedding, engagement, or bridal session, to share with their clients. Not only does this give instant access to download the high-resolution files straight to your computer, iPad, or iPhone, but it also allows you to share directly to Facebook, Pinterest, or through an email. I absolutely LOVE this because after our wedding last March, the first thing I wanted to do was share our photos with the whole world!

Here’s a little peek of what PASS looks like and how it works!

I hope all of my future clients will love PASS as much as I do!
And if anyone is interested, I have about 75 blank DVDs available for purchase. ;)

Happy Wednesday!

  • May 15, 2013 - 11:55 am

    Janine A. Enold - How much are you asking for the DVD’s? I still am still using DVD’s at the moment!ReplyCancel

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