Since almost the beginning of our business, we have been members of Pictage, the industry leader in online image hosting, printing and sales solutions, and services to professional photographers. Once we got their informational DVD on all the services they offered, we were sold!
Pictage has been HUGE in assisting us in our business, and their services for photographers range widely, and without them we would be spending countless hours dealing with print orders and many other things.
When we were in CA in December we set some time aside to visit the offices and have lunch with a few of the peeps! Enjoy the visual journey of our visit, thanks to the iPhone‘s picture taking abilities!
First, we were greeted with a custom welcome screen in the main entryway of our images… awwww, special.
Then the FABULOUS Scott Miura gave us a tour of the place which started in CEO Jim Collins‘ office… Jim wasn’t there yet so Zach was welcomed to take a moment and see how it felt in Jim’s Seat. Ohhh… the power…
We got to see and meet the people in all the departments and what a system they have set up there! We stopped by shipping and were told that we had just missed the crazy rush of getting all the thousands of Christmas orders out in time. Here were some of their regular orders waiting for pickup (this was one bin of like 4 or 5!).
And of course, we left our mark on a few whiteboards that just happened to be around…
Artwork by Zach Gray…
Artwork by moi
Here is us with Jim & Paul Manke!
What we love about Pictage is that the people there really care. They are open to any and all feedback and really want to make Pictage the absolute best it can be for their fellow photographers.
When we got back from our travels we had a package waiting for us with a print of the below picture that was taken of us all together… Aw!
We love how the people at Pictage really care about photographers. They aren’t interested in making their own lives easier, they are interested in making our lives as photographers easier. Thanks everyone at Pictage for all you do!!
Who else out there is a fellow Pictager? What do you use Pictage for and what do you like about it?