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Author Topic: Photoshelter vs. Editdrop.com  (Read 2059 times)
rcdurston
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« on: March 25, 2013, 07:58:36 AM »
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I currently use Photoshelter for delivery of files at a price of $299/year. I really don't use any of the other features at all. I like the way I can use the statistics to track who, when and where my clients download their files. The management end of that as well as the permissions are almost perfect for me.
Then I got an email the other day about editdrop from aphotofolio.com. I already have one of their premium websites and editdrop would be free for me to use.
Does anyone have any experience with editdrop for delivery? I have set up an account and I'm testing it now I just wanted to see if there were any others in the same boat as me?

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Rob


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« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2013, 11:09:58 AM »
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I saw the same email, and I don't have any info on edit drop.

But I can comment on Photoshelter. I cut my membership to the Basic level last year, and it costs only $109 per year. I use it for the same thing -- file delivery -- and also for a basic portfolio.
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« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2013, 11:59:48 AM »
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Rob, I have used editdrop a few times. Like you I have an aphotofolio website and it is free, which made it the obvious choice for me. It works very well. Each user/client gets their own account, and you can grant them access to individual "shoots" or galleries. Your clients can then select and comment on images (as can you), and you can link to the high-res versions for final delivery. The selection/commenting functions are great for communication with your client. Due to their in-built licensing module, photoshelter is more useful if you are selling images through the web. But for client image selection and delivery editdrop is a great solution. And it is free.
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