Snappr Hopes to Become the Go-To Platform for On-Demand Photography

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It was hard enough to find work in the photography field prior to COVID-19 but now it is even more difficult than ever before.

Photo by David McBee from Pexels.

And one it is also one field that has resisted the encroachment of the on-demand, app-driven gig economy for the most part.

Snappr wants to change that while also providing professional photographers with the opportunity for more work at the same time.

Whether or not this is a good thing remains to be seen but so far it is a pretty interesting concept.

The company recently completed a $USD 10 million funding round to bring its service to areas outside of major cities and urban areas in the United States, FStoppers reports.

Beyond photography, Snappr is also hoping to incorporate videography and “virtual tours.”

Photography sessions start for as little as $USD 89

From Snappr CEO Matt Schiller, “With some of the enterprise clients, we work across hundreds of markets at one time, so there is no way one photographer would get that kind of work alone.”

“The beauty of our platform is that we provide photographers with a consistent flow of work and the kind of work they may have never done before… With some of the enterprise clients, we work across hundreds of markets at one time, so there is no way one photographer would get that kind of work alone,” Schiller told Crunchbase.

You can check out a video about the service by clicking right here.

What do you think of Snappr? Does it sound like something you would be interested in signing up for or using as a client? Let us know what you think in the comments section below if you like.

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[FStoppers]

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