Monday, August 21, 2006
UNION CITY, California, August 21, 2006 — FeaturePics.com, an emerging stock photography web site, which have been serving photographing community since 2004 had agreed to work on the development of new stock photography interface with Prime Edge Asbuilt Services, a professional service in SF Bay Area serving a network of Architects, Homeowners and General Contractors.
Both companies are planning to lead the way for a new trend in the industry which would allow professional companies, such as Prime Edge Asbuilt Services, to sell images of Architectural and Industrial content via internet to various groups such as publishers, private parties, web developers and advertising agencies and others. FeaturePics’s founder Elena Orel, a web developer by profession, will become group leader in developing software infrastructure as well as marketing analysis for the new on-line tool which would effectively classify numerous images taken by companies personnel and proffesional stuff over the years.
Once the interface is completed, Prime Edge Asbuilt Services will become part of FeaturePics’s first companies to sell its abundant supply of quality Architectural images on-line.
Years before stock photography became readily available to on-line community Prime Edge Asbuilt Services have been gathering field data for the purpose of developing complete sets of Architectural drawings. During such field verifications, digital images are usually taken for the record and later stored on file on company’s main server. When Elena first approached Prime Edge with an idea to making such images to be used for advertising and publishing purposes, it has became evident that this could open up a new trend in the industry, where companies which are not directly involved in digital photography business, can make a good use of the high quality digital data that they already have. “It is a brilliant find” - says Elena, “there are thousands of small and large service companies throughout United States which have gigabytes of digital images locked up in the storage rooms and have no way of knowing it could be worth money.”
Elena says that because of the wide range of stock photography classifications her clients are looking for, the type of industry that might take advantage of newly developed on-line interface is unparalleled. Since day one FeaturePics have been working on creating a user-friendly interface, which would allow user to upload subject-related images fast and easy, something most stock photography sites have a major luck of. The online tool will combine several basic principles that would allow combination of topic-related images in a bundle. This feature, in its turn, will simply the process of uploading and searching for images on FeaturePics’s web site. Prime Edge Asbuilt Services had already agreed to upload more than a thousand images to FeaturePics’s web site of an Architectural-related content as soon as the interface is up and running.
To learn more about the FeaturePics new method of employing professional companies as a digital image supplier resource and how it's likely to influence the future stock photography please feel free to contact FeaturePics via email at www.FeaturePics.com and Prime Edge Asbuilt Services at the following address:
Prime Edge Asbuilt Services
1684 Decoto Rd., Unit 157
Union City CA, 94587
(510) 499-4148 Tel.
(510) 794-4178 Fax
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