Back in May of 2014 I did a fairly in-depth review of Photoshelter versus Photodeck. Both companies have made some changes since then that I thought were worth posting an update. And I’ve had over a year to learn more about both systems so I’ll share some thoughts. The original review is at http://photoblog.velgos.com/2014/05/photoshelter-vs-photodeck-photography-website-review
For you folks who don’t want to go back through the original review here’s a quick refresher. There are plenty of other website options out there but if you want a hosted website platform that provides functionality for complex Rights-Managed and Royalty-Free licensing, print fulfillment, and client management, the best options are Photodeck or Photoshelter. The result of that review was that both systems are decent website platforms for photographers. My thoughts were that Photodeck had a better mobile experience, video upload support, and no commission fees. Photoshelter had a public buyer portal, virtual agency option, and more print vendors.
So What’s Changed Photoshelter and Photodeck?