New NYC-Based Website Olapic Allows Brides and Grooms Create Online Wedding Album from Guests' Candid Photos

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The new and totally unique website created by Columbia Business School students allows brides and grooms to collect all the candid digital photos taken at their wedding into one beautiful online album to share with friends and family. Olapic has reach over 200 weddings in more than 20 countries just with word of mouth.

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A new and totally unique website allows brides and grooms to collect all the candid digital photos taken at their wedding into one beautiful online album to share with friends and family.

Olapic was just launched by three Columbia Business School students. With no advertising or marketing budget, Olapic already has more than 200 weddings in at least 20 countries. Olapic is a photo sharing site like no other--it is the online solution to sharing high quality wedding photos. Guests simply upload the digital photos taken at any of the special bridal events, rehearsal dinner and the wedding itself, and then the couple can create a professional quality album that will be ready and delivered far sooner than the photos from the wedding photographer.

Even more, Olapic has strict privacy controls, so newlyweds can decide who can view the photos of their special day. What makes this site so popular and innovative is that it acts as one central "clearinghouse"--but attractive, organized and timely--of all of the guests' candid photos that can be uploaded literally hours after the event. Instead of visiting dozens of Facebook pages or other online albums to see all of the pictures, guests can visit the couple's Olapic page, upload their photos, and then view the finished album when everyone is done. Couples can transfer the photos to other platforms like Facebook and Picasa with just one click. It couldn't be easier for the bride and groom to get started: open an Olapic account, create a contact list (optional but recommended), and after the wedding Olapic can send three non-spam emails to the guests asking them to upload their candid photos.

Olapic is also different in that it allows bulk downloads of high-resolution images as well as printing services to generate albums and prints. Fees are very reasonable as well: Olapic is free for up to 100 photos, after that it is $55 for the six-month online service package, $95 for a year of online service and cards, or the album account for $215.

Some client testimonials:
"Olapic was a very original wedding present our friends made us because it turned out to be excellent to collect all our pictures… I was not expecting that many!" said Jen and Jeff Smith of New York City.

"Olapic turned out to be great! We collected more than 500 pictures and we saw that our friends had a lot of fun! In the end we ordered thank you cards to send to our guests for making the happiest day of our lives so great" Sue and Miquel, Barcelona, Spain

For more information:
        Watch the one minute video explaining the concept: http://olapic.com/index.php?op=demo.
        Press inquiries please call Jose de Cabo at (917) 207-1542, email him at cabo(at)olapic(dot)com or Skype him at jcabo80.
        Visit http://www.olapic.com
        Visit their blog http://www.olapic.com/blog

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