My name is Johannes and I joined the PicDrop team on December 1st as a backend developer! I am working on the optimization of PicDrop’s existing backend services and the implementation of new features. I’m excited and proud to be a part of the development of PicDrop and to participate in the continuous development of the tool!
This past year I completed my Master’s in Computer Science at the Technical University of Berlin. Away from the PC, I like to spend my free time doing sports and I’m a great friend of nature. I am also a motorcycle lover who likes to work on my two old treasures and take relaxed tours.
I’m looking forward to being part of this team and improve the tool for you! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Oskar Bakke is a car photographer from Stockholm, Sweden. Oskar was able to combine his passion for skiing and photography in the early years of his profession. Today, he works for brands such as Mercedes, Koenigsegg Regera, douchebags, Lexus and many more. His ability to combine photography, cars and lifestyle to create his own niche has made him one of the favored car photographers on Instagram.
Osborne Macharia is a commercial and advertising digital artist from Nairobi, Kenya with a visual and narrative-driven style known as Afrofuturism. Cultural identity and fiction are the two key elements that govern his work. Osborne covers a range of topics including equality, ivory poaching, and FGM. His talents have been utilized by many brands and he’s been featured by CNN, Vogue Italia, and BBC, just to name a few.
Parth Gupta, a photographer from New Delhi, India was only in his early teens when he first picked up his father’s phone to capture images of clouds. Now at 22 years old, he is working as a multimedia visual artist, with photography being the primary medium. His work has been published in various magazines and presented in exhibitions across India.
Just in time to set your resolutions for next year, PicDrop has a practical little change for you. From now on, you can change your Notifications in your Account Settings to decide if PicDrop should notify you about each new invoice by email. This way, you will be even better informed about your finances and we’ll also notify you when charges will be made to your account. In the next step, we are working on attaching the invoice as PDF to the notification email.
In addition to our English version, we were thrilled to announce our latest interview series of photographers and PicDrop users from across the globe. Say hello to our first featured photographer in this ongoing series, Esther Mbabazi.
At only 23 years old, photographer Esther Mbabazi has not only left a mark on the photography scene in Uganda where she is based, but her work has also been published internationally. With a specialty in documentary photography, Esther’s work has been featured in TIME Magazine, The New York Times, and El Pais . We got to ask her some questions about her work.
My name is Katharina and as of November 1, I am the newest member of the PicDrop team. I came to PicDrop to support Andreas and the whole PicDrop team. For me, good support means approaching PicDrop users with empathy, always with an open ear and a smile. I am therefore very happy to have been warmly welcomed to the team and by those PicDrop users that I’ve already been in contact with!
Before PicDrop, I studied German, English and Cultural Management. I tried my hand at a variety of things and spent the last three years in charge of the German-speaking customer service at JUNIQE. I am now looking forward to new challenges at PicDrop!
I am a passionate Crazy Cat Lady and in my spare time, I love to travel the world. I enjoy visiting Greece most of all and I love to go to concerts. Every year, I attend my favorite, compulsory indie festival that Andreas too is a regular guest. He has been set up in front of our motorhome over the last years where we enjoyed many Pfeffis together. Not only do we like the same bands, we now share the same office.
So whatever your heart desires, dear PicDrop users, I am now happy to help you at email@example.com!
I am Luise and I’ve recently joined the PicDrop team. I’m currently preparing for my master’s thesis in Media Informatics and I came across the team when I listened to my favorite podcast ” Uncle Bobcast “. It was there Andreas enthusiastically introduced PicDrop and I immediately realized – I want to work on this team! Now I’m looking forward to implementing features in the frontend and to make your daily work easier with PicDrop. I’m actuating to improve the world with software that is as easy to use as possible.
I’ve been an enthusiastic user of PicDrop myself ever since my love for natural couple and wedding photography began. My passion first started with travel photography and evolved into other types of photography over time. In addition, I have been playing soccer with a passion for years. Although I’m no longer in competitive sports, I’m fully committed and having fun with FSV Blau-Weiß Mahlsdorf/Waldesruh team.
If you have any questions or ideas, you can always reach me via our e-mail address and you can check out my photos of couples here!
In addition to delivering your pictures using a link and sending it via Whatsapp, e-mail, Facebook, etc., PicDrop also offers you the option to send a pre-formulated e-mail with all important data directly to your customers.
PicDrop gives a general text by default, which fits every situation, and can be easily personalized. Now you can customize this text and save different templates for different scenarios.
Within Account Settings, select “Your Sharing Template “, then select “Create new template” to get started!
Super handy: PicDrop not only sends you a visual notification but also a sound notification that your upload is finished in your browser. This only occurred if the upload took more than 60 seconds. Today, we gave our notification signal tone a makeover! Here you can listen to it: