Millions more would like to do so, but cannot. We are excited to have partnered with Fotoflexer to provide everyone the ability to create Virtual History. MyInauguralPhoto.com allows you to be there, even if you weren't.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) January 20, 2009
FotoFlexer, the world's most advanced Web-based image editing solution, today announced that it has partnered with Virtual History, a Washington, DC-based Internet media company, to provide people around the world the ability to easily edit, personalize and then print exclusive photographs of President-Elect Barack Obama's Inauguration. Using FotoFlexer's innovative Insert-a-Face technology, users can access exclusive images of the Inaugural festivities, including the Inauguration itself and the official balls. Users of Fotoflexer's Insert-a-Face technology will be able add their own faces to the people standing near President-Elect Barack Obama as he is sworn into office! This will provide people everywhere with exclusive behind-the-scenes access and a unique souvenir of this historic event.
To access and personalize the photos of Inaugural Events, please visit http://www.MyInauguralPhoto.com.
"Many people from across the world are traveling to Washington, D.C., to be a part of the inaugural events," said Terri Barber, founder of Virtual History. "Millions more would like to do so, but cannot. We are excited to have partnered with Fotoflexer to provide everyone the ability to create Virtual History. MyInauguralPhoto.com allows you to be there, even if you weren't."
"Being selected as the exclusive image editing partner for both the inaugural photos as well as the inaugural ball photos is a huge honor, and we are happy to provide everyone the ability to edit and create their own personalized images from this historic event," said Sharam Shirazi, CEO of FotoFlexer.
FotoFlexer's patented Insert-a-Face technology gives all users the ability to easily position and color-match a photo of their own face to a pre-existing template. In addition to the many existing templates that FotoFlexer already offers today, its partnership with Virtual History gives everyone the opportunity to have a front row seat on this historic and monumental occasion. FotoFlexer's powerful editing platform will allow people to place themselves right in the center of the festivities and create a personalized memento off this historic moment.
Upon visiting http://www.MyInauguralPhoto.com, users will be automatically redirected to FotoFlexer's image editor, where they can select the inaugural photo of their choice. They can then upload the preferred photo(s) of themselves and/or their friends that they would like to insert into the inaugural images. With just a few clicks, FotoFlexer's advanced editing technology makes it simple to add and match an image to the inaugural photos. Once completed, users then have an option to print the image, via a partnership with QOOP, a site that enables users to purchase and print photos and other keepsakes.
FotoFlexer is the world's most advanced Web-based image editing solution, providing the power and functionality of expensive desktop photo editing software for free to all users. FotoFlexer integrates with social networks, online photo sharing sites and other image-based social applications to enable users to quickly and easily access all of their images for editing, regardless of where their images reside. The company is backed by Jon Burgstone, the founder of a $1.1B Internet company, Managing Director of Symbol Capital and Founding Faculty Chair of the Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology at the University of California, Berkeley. To experience the most advanced Web-based image editing solution, visit http://www.fotoflexer.com.
About Virtual History:
Virtual History is an Internet media company founded by Terri Barber and Rikke Davis to help connect people with historic moments in a unique, innovative and interactive way. Virtual History uses social networking and technology as a means to connect people to the events around them. Virtual History is a dynamic company that works closely with its partners to develop and launch unique products.
A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, prior to co-founding Virtual History, Ms. Barber was a litigator at the law firms of Wiley, Rein & Fielding and Arnold & Porter. She is also the mother of twins and a travel writer.
Co-founder Rikke Davis is a graduate of University of Baltimore School of Law. Prior to co-founding Virtual History, Ms. Davis was corporate counsel at Sprint. Mother of two, in her spare time Ms. Davis owns a bed and breakfast