Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Shoot & Sell

In September, I entered to win an ipad3 with the Shoot & Sell app.  Thanks to all my friends, family and fans for helping me win!  It was very unbelievable moment for me, but THANK YOU!

So, a bit about this app, which I'm really loving by the way.

It comes with a collection of photos of rooms, and you can buy more as an in app purchase.  With these rooms, you can add your photos and frame them to see what it may look like in a home.  I can also upload a photo of any room and do a set up on there as well.  Not only does it do framed prints, but canvas collages as well.  Here are just a few samples I've done:

 A collection of various sizes to give customers an idea of what the sizes proportions are versus furniture.

 A canvas collection o 6 8"x8" prints and 1 26"x26" print.

 Another canvas collection.

 A nice variety of canvas sizes.

A set of three framed prints.

I'm thinking of offering customers to send me a photo of their room they'd like to accessorize and I can then show them what the prints would look like before buying them.  Really great for those who have a hard time visualizing things (which a lot of people do).

If you are interested in purchasing this app, click here for the Canada Itunes and here for the American Itunes store.

6 comments:

BijiBijoux said...

Wow! Awesome photos!
Congrats winning the Ipad:) Best wishes!

Ariella Carver said...

Congrats on your win! The app looks awesome - it makes me wish I had an iPad!

CalliopeCreations said...

You've made good use of this App. It really lets you show the perspective and size ratio to your customers. Smart lady.

CreekHiker / HollysFolly said...

What a cool app!!!

Ana said...

I'm so happy that you have been playing around with your new toy and it's even more incredible that you won as you deserve it after all the work you did! The frames look great and it also puts into perspective how your paintings would look in a room, extremely helpful! Well done and look forward in hearing more about it in the future. :) Keep enjoying

Dorene said...

I thought perhaps you were using Photoshop to develop those scenes! I'm glad you found something easier!

And yes, I think it would benefit your shop tremendously to offer a virtual photograph to your customers. Just make sure you're offering the opportunity on products with a high enough ROI for it to be worth your time!