Photography was once a hobby reserved mainly for only the professionals and those looking to take a few family snaps their photo albums, but thanks to smart phones and the rise social media photography is something that all can enjoy and share with the world in seconds. Social media is becoming highly visual, with many platforms being dominated by pictures rather than words. In the blogging industry particularly there's a lot more focus on pristine photography than what is written within a post and micro-blogging which is blogging on image only platforms is fast becoming the next trend.
I have always loved photography and blogging has helped me develop my photography skills over the last five years, but I know I still have a lot to learn and now more than ever, with so much emphasis in the blogging world being on photography only platforms, I'm keen to take my skills to the next level.
Bidvine a local services tech startup which connects customers to the right service providers all over the UK. The website has an extensive database of industry professionals and all you have to do is submit a request and wait for all the offers to come back to you - no more endlessly trawling Google or getting out the local directories.
When it comes to photography, there's a plethora of services available to you from portrait photographers, family photographers and wedding photographers who can take the photos for you to photography lessons where you can learn to develop your own skill set. If you have taken some great photographs, but you are needing a professional finish, there's also an array of editors who can do your touch ups. If you're looking to take your blog to the next level, these services are invaluable.
The website is very easy to use, all you need to do is fill in a brief and Bidvine will share this brief with their database of local professionals. These professionals will them email you their quotes and you can select the best price and best offer suited to your requirements. This service ensures that you will get quotes from someone who is genuinely interested in your project and have the time to commit, unlike ringing lots of companies and realising they are all booked up until next year.
Although I'm yet to properly try this service, my initial impressions of the website is that it looks really good and it is something that I would genuinely use. I like how easy it is to submit a request and that there are so many different services all on one website. In a world where everything is so fast paced and people are so time restricted, websites like Bidvine make slotting in everyday tasks a lot easier.
Have you used Bidvine before?
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