With Tripographer, owned by Marriott, you can share your trips in a unique way. Instead of a just a blog post and photos, make something that has your personality all over it. Be creative and have fun.
If you travel a lot or just once a year, save and share those memories. Been to a conference? Take some candid shots of the gang. Just take a family trip of a lifetime? You can be the memory maker. Photos are key, but there’s so much you can do to be creative with Tripographer. Tripographer is still in Beta, but it’s easy to use. Register by using Facebook or your email. Upload your photos, and edit them if you like. Create a slideshow, tell your own story in your voice and add that narration. Put it all together with a tour with Street View from Google Maps.
I know you’ll be taking more photos when you travel especially for Tripographer. Besides social media sharing, choose to email your finished piece of art. One things I like best about this desktop app is editing is easy. If you want to remove a photo, change the format of your slideshow or add a location to your tour, just hit the back button. Edit it and save. All done!
I chose a Walt Disney World trip when my family and I stayed at the Yacht Club Resort to make my own Tripographer project. Documenting the luxurious hotel was my goal. Next time, I may want to use more personal photos of my family and me with the sights in the background. It’s your choice – remember and share the scenery, the experience, the people or all of it. Or, craft separate unique projects on Tripographer to share with different people.
One downfall I noticed while making my tour, is that a lot of the places I wanted to use do not have street view shots. Perhaps it has to do with the Disney property? Otherwise, I plan on making use of Tripographer for most of my trips and vacations. It is free to use and so easy to share the details of my trips in a unique way.
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