PhotoShelter transforms the way image makers and businesses communicate their stories and manage their visual assets online. With over 80,000 professional photographers and 70 brands hosting 200 million files, we accomplish this through two image management solutions: PhotoShelter for photographers and Libris for enterprises.
In 2005, we were pioneers in launching the first cloud-based product for individual photographers to showcase, archive and sell their work. It offers beautiful websites, secure storage, plus over 100 professional-grade features to help photographers take their businesses to the next level. Our latest product, Libris, is a centralized image management platform that helps businesses quickly, easily and affordably harness the power of their visual content -- anytime, anywhere. Libris is used by top brands, universities, and sports teams including: Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Ravens, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Georgetown University, Arizona Cardinals and the Associated Press.
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Featured Media Coverage
PhotoShelter for Photographers
10 Unique Ways Leaders Bond with Employees September 18, 2015
PhotoShelter Unviles a Mobile App for Managing Your Portfolio On the Go June 9, 2015
Professional Photographer Magazine
SEO Makeovers: Looking Good for Google November 24, 2014
Solutions: Your Website Made Simple August 26, 2014
Professional Photographers of America
Team Effort: PhotoShelter Beam Portfolio February 2014
The New York Enterprise Report
Company Next Door: PhotoShelter February 2014
PhotoShelter Beam Adds Portfolio Functionality, Goes Into Public Beta July 9, 2013
SportsTechie How The Big 12 Got Smarter With Their Digital Assets
Campaigns and Elections The Hidden Danger of Free Stock Photos June 5, 2015
Forbes Improving Photo Storage Systems Could Save Colleges $30,000 Annually, Says Survey February 9, 2015
Mobile Marketing Watch Image Is Everything in Marketing and PhotoShelter Gets It January 27, 2015
VentureBeat PhotoShelter launches Libris for businesses that keep photos in virtual shoeboxes January 26, 2015
Business 2 Community
The Future of Content Marketing: 35 Experts Share Their 2015 Predictions December 29, 2014
A Marketer's Guide to Acing Social Visual Content December 9, 2014
PhotoShelter’s cloud-based image management solutions provide the world’s professional photographers, leading brands and businesses with a centralized, secure place to host, manage, and leverage their digital assets to engage with their audiences.
- Founded: 2005 in New York City
- Founders: Allen Murabayashi, Grover Sanschagrin, Thom Chin, Jeffrey Arnold
- Funding: $4 million Series A in 2007 from General Catalyst Partners
- Product Suite: Websites and tools for professional photographers; Image asset management solutions for enterprise
- Latest Product Launches: Beam website portfolios (July 2013); Libris (November 2014)
- Employees: 38 full-time
- User base: 80,000 photographers from 90 countries; 70 leading brands, sports teams, and universities
- Awards: Named by Internet Week as Top Place to Work and Happiest Employees in NYC Tech
PhotoShelter also offers a suite of groundbreaking new products as part of our PhotoShelter Labs growth initiative. Products include:
Lattice: Discover amazing photography, together
With Lattice, our mission is simple — to connect people with the photos they love and the creators behind those photos. Across our community we host over 200 million of the world’s best professionally captured images. Lattice is brand new way for people to discover and access those images, and will help drive more traffic to our members.
Explore Lattice here: www.photoshelter.com/lattice
PhotoShelter for Photographers
Nikon Ambassador & Adventure photographer
Internationally recognized National Geographic contributor
University of Michigan
Sports & alumni photo store
Commercial & Editorial photographer
Libris for Enterprises
Digital Media department
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
We often speak and serve as experts on the following topics:
- Photography portfolio websites
- Image management workflow
- Marketing & promoting a photography business
- Selling photography & photo services
- Delivering photography to clients online
- Search engine optimization
- Social media marketing
- Photography trends
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