New York-based photo discovery startup, Kaptur (www.kaptur.com), launched a Birthright Photo Contest that gives participants the chance to have a grove of trees planted in Israel in honor of their Birthright group.
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The team at Kaptur discovered a trend with their users leveraging the app to collect everyone’s photos of Birthright trips. Kaptur works perfectly for Birthright trips. For any given Birthright trip, thousands of photos are taken by multiple people and asynchronously shared online into disparate photo albums. Kaptur aggregates all those photos and sorts them in a meaningful way to be enjoyed by all trip participants.
“I found almost 3,000 photos from 80 friends for my Birthright trip and it was great to be able to see everyone’s photos of Masada, Jerusalem, Camel Rides, the Mega Event, and more.” David Engle, 2012 Birthright participant.
Kaptur will be accepting submissions for the contest until August 15th, 2012 at 12pm. The Birthright Kaptur with the most views wins. A leader-board will be updated every Monday at http://blog.kaptur.com.
To enter, simply create a Kaptur at www.kaptur.com of your Birthright trip and email it to David Engle at davidkaptur.com. First prize is an Apple iPad, a grove of trees planted in Israel in honor of the Birthright trip winner’s group, and a photo book. For more information about the contest, visit the Birthright contest page at http://corp.kaptur.com/birthright_competition.html
Kaptur.com is the simplest way to find and organize everyone’s photos from an event. It is completely free and allows you to see everyone’s pictures from the event in one place with the ability to download every photo with a single click, make and share slideshows with music, and turn the album into a high quality photo book.
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