Los Angeles, CA, June 11, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- FotoTV - the WebTV about photography released its 200th video online last month. This release further confirms the steady and rapid growth of www.FotoTV.com, the company’s English website, which was founded two years ago. FotoTV subscribers can access these videos anytime and as often as they want on this website. The two new videos per week in addition to the existing collection make FotoTV one of the best resources of online video-based photography learning. The Founder of FotoTV, Marc Ludwig adds, "There are many websites offering text based information and instruction to photographers, but very few that combine the visual power of videos with the reach of the internet and amongst those, FotoTV is surely a pioneer. The 200th video on the English website is further proof that we are the world's largest WebTV about photography."
Recently, the company also announced a successful upgrade and migration to a new and improved back-end to its website. This technical upgrade was made necessary by the growth in the number of users. Some additional features included as a part of this upgrade are better connectivity to social media and podcasts, a watch list of favorite films, and the possibility to share personal interests in photography with other users. A user can also rate individual videos as a way of providing easy feedback.
FotoTV is that world’s biggest WebTV/InternetTV on photography, a huge collection of videos on all aspects of photography. Every video demonstrates through an expert photographer, a technique, a new concept, a different perspective, or post productions tips. The videos are based on the principle of “Learn by watching the Experts” through videos on the Internet – a hugely popular trend nowadays. A selection of these videos can be viewed for free upon registration but the rest of the collection is available at 49.95 Euros (or 69.95 USD) per annum.
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