Sharypic provides users with a convenient way to share photos take by a group at a single event. Users can upload and share images of special occasions, such as weddings, parties, graduations and other ceremonies and festivities. All attendees can upload their photos to one online album so everyone’s photographs are found in the same place. Sharypic eliminates the need to collaborate extensively to find a way to pass photos back and forth between attendees and hosts. Users can also comment on photos and see which images were the most popular. Sharypic allows users to invite friends through their account to help streamline photo sharing. Permission settings are also included so users can control who can see which photos. Users can provide access to images to specific visitors. Photos can be imported from Facebook, Flickr and Picasa as well.Show more screenshots »
Sharypic was founded in 2011 by Fracois-Joseph Grimault, Martin Fourcade and Christian Blavier. The application was designed to make it much easier to share personal photos take at special events. Users can share photos easily online without having to pass around a disc, file or actual photograph. The current version also includes handy privacy settings that can prevent unwanted viewing of images that the user wants to keep private within a smaller group.
Photo sharing websites seem to be a dime a dozen these days, however Sharypic has a little more to offer the average user. The website caters to users who are uploading images of events. This is a great resource because of the many times internet users turn to the web as a convenient way of sharing photos taken at weddings and other momentous occasions. The user can control who views their images, leave comments and see all photos uploaded by everyone that took pictures at the event rather than the album of just one or two people.
Sharypic has a fun, clean and nearly elegant style that gives it a character all its own. A dark purple and lime green color scheme add flavor along with neutral brown hues and charming font styles. The application is very easy to navigate and allows the user to focus on the photos rather than organizing and sharing. Every step is accessible from the dashboard, whether the user wants to invite friends, add photos or access past photos.
A new user can start a new album by clicking the green “Create Your Event” button along the lower, right hand side of the Sharypic homepage. The user is asked to provide a name for the event and their email address. After submitting the form, the user can pull images from Facebook, Picasa or Flickr or upload them from their computer. This step can be skipped if the user is not ready to begin adding photos yet.
Sharypic is an excellent event photo organization tool because it is functional and free. All users can try Sharypic at no cost. The site does not require a subscription or other fee to register and begin adding images. There are no purchase requirements and the user can create multiple albums. This is a great way for Sharypic to become a competitive alternative to sites like PhotoBucket and Flickr.
Sharypic.com is an excellent option for anyone who is going to be hosting or attending an important event. Whether the event is personal, professional or spiritual, the user can create an album and invite all the attendees they know to upload images to one place. Users can view everyone’s photos rather than those taken by just one person. Sharypic can save users a lot of trying to collaborate photo sharing after the event.