Author: The Interview (London) Ltd.
What do you get when you cross a mobile app, professional photographers, and drone pilots? In StartupLand, you get hot new Los Angeles startup Shootly.
Founded by CEO Garrett Henricksen and CFO/COO Damian Greco, Shootly offers a quick and easy way for photographers and drone pilots to connect with those in need of their services. Whether you're a real estate agent wanting an aerial video shot of your million-dollar listing or an engaged couple hoping for a spectacular aerial wedding video capturing your beachfront nuptials, Shootly can make your magical moments happen.
Booking a photographer or dronographer has never been so easy. Via the Shootly app, you can select the date, time, and location you require an image capturing professional. You can book either a dronographer or a flightless photographer. Capture your surfing session, the conference you're hosting, or your appearance on the red carpet at a celebrity event. Any place you need professional images captured, you can put Shootly to work. When you're ready to finalize a booking, confirm the number of hours you'll need a photographer, the rate you'll be paying, and offer extra information on the job that your image professional will need. Confirm your booking and your job is done.
Not only does Shootly offer an exceptionally easy way to find and book a photographer/dronographer, it also provides a terrific platform for professional photographers and drone pilots to secure more bookings. Currently in beta stage, Shootly is welcoming submissions of interest from both photographers and drone pilots. Image professionals can increase their portfolios and testimonials, while getting in on the ground floor of an up-and-coming startup.
If Shootly is a service you can see yourself using, check them out online at GetShootly.com. Connect with the team on Twitter at @GetShootly (twitter.com/getshootly) or follow their escapades on Facebook (facebook.com/getshootly). With the growing interest in on-demand apps and drone startups, Shootly just might be the next hot hit to come out of Los Angeles. Move over Soothe (soothe.com); there's another up-and-coming on-demand startup making moves in L.A.