Binfer’s Desktop App Version 5.0 sends high-resolution photos instantaneously, vastly improving workflows for photographers.
Everyone has felt frustrated while waiting for photos and videos to send. That frustration deepens for professional photographers and videographers, tasked with transmitting ultra-high resolution images on a tight deadline.
Imagine a photojournalist working overseas trying to get hundreds of large-file photos to his editor back in the U.S. before the news deadline for the next day’s top news headline. Using traditional email—which works on cloud servers—hours are sometimes spent waiting for the upload and download processes to complete.
A new bride eagerly awaiting photos and video from her special day has to stand by while her frustrated wedding photographer is bogged down by slow cloud servers that limit files sizes and his ability to share his high-resolution images quickly.
The typical process for sending large photo files requires the photographer to take a memory card to a computer and download the files before sending off the best shots.
The process can endure further delays due to poor connectivity and slow upload speeds, and those issues negatively affect workflow.
At Binfer, we dug into the workflows and needs of photographers to find out how we might be able to help things go a bit smoother.
We spent months designing, developing, testing and perfecting software that sends photos and videos faster and more reliably.
The result is Binfer Desktop Version 5.0.
Our software service unlocks a more streamlined way for photographers to operate their businesses. Binfer unlocks a higher level of storytelling capabilities for news media by letting photojournalists send pictures and video fast.
With Binfer, photographers of all different professions can work in a more comfortable, powerful, organized way because Binfer gives people a fast and easy way to exchange information securely and reliably. Binfer relieves people of the frustrations of sending large files via email, instant messaging and cloud-based platforms while ensuring privacy.