A free new app called Wedding Party updates the traditional disposable camera bit and allows your guests to submit all of their photos from your big day into a collective photo album via their phones. The uploaded photos, which are also seamlessly uploaded to an accompanying website, can be pushed out to Facebook as a photo album through one click. The app also allows guests (even those not in attendance) to comment and interact through the photos as well.
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Facebook has announced the launch of Graph Search, their new search tool that allows users to “find people who share your interests, explore your world through photos, and discover restaurants, music and more.”
A photography experiment that asks users “What if you could only take one more photo. One to share with the world forever. What would you capture?”
After they’ve answered that question and loaded the app, they can either upload a photo in their library or snap the photo while applying filters and adding comments. Once they’ve broken the seal, they have a 2-hour window to make sure it’s the photo they want to use. The project will only collect 250,000 submissions.
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Along with the other tools in their newly launched Creator Services suite, Vimeo will be launching Tip Jar, a new source of revenue for Plus or PRO members.
Tip Jar allows your fans to show their appreciation for your videos with small cash payments to you. When Vimeo Plus or Vimeo PRO members activate Tip Jar on a video, viewers will see a “Tip this video” button below the player on a video page. They enter their tip amount and credit card information, and you get paid.