Let Robots Take Care of your Photos
December 3, 2014 /Photography News/ Do you like to share your photos on various online services? And what about uploading every single photo over and over again? I bet you’re not crazy about that, and neither is Tomas Hellebrand. Which is why he has come up with Robots for your Photos, a new service for photographers that takes care of the boring tasks: uploads photos into various photo servers and online galleries (such as Flickr, Facebook, 500px), publishes each photo at the best time so that it’s seen by the most viewers, and collects all feedback in one place.
“Though it aims for the global market, the service is Czech which is why I like the idea of using the originally Czech word ‘robot’ in the name of the service,” says Tomas Hellebrand. And robots are also mascots of the new service - they automatically connect to selected online platforms and determine the best time for the publishing of the photographs based on collected data and an algorithm. By collecting likes, favorites, and comments from all services, they provide an overall feedback and the photographer doesn’t have to check each service manually.
Robots for your Photos are still being developed. Currently, they are on a lookout for users who will test the service and, apart from improving the UX, will also help to train the algorithm.
Be one of the first to try! Subscribe at http://robots.photos.