***Disclosure: this post was written in partnership with Niche Mommy Network & Conference and I received a compensation for this post. All opinions are 100% mine.***
Tripographer is a new, fun and easy way to stylishly and dynamically share your trip, whether it was a much needed getaway, an unforgettable adventure, a family vacation or a business trip. Apply filters and edit your photos, create beautiful slideshows and build actual street-view tours and share them all on your favorite social networks!
I uploaded a picture I took while riding the trails in Phoenix Arizona during the #BloggersGo trip. It had been years since I had actually ridden a horse and we had a great time enjoying the scenic route. I’ll be doing a post with more info about the actual ride and where YOU can go when your in Phoenix Arizona to check it out!
I love filters so I enjoyed playing around with it. Captioning it was easy and the fun comes in where you add the city where you took the picture. When you share the picture via your social networks (twitter, facebook, pinterest, tumblr, and more) they then can click the link and boom…they can see where you took the picture and local hotels:
My photos of Phoenix were styled using Tripographer, powered by Marriott.
You can view all of Marriott’s hotels in Phoenix on Marriott.com.
As someone who travels a lot I really like Tripographer. I already use my social networks when I travel to instantly share what I’m doing and where I’m going. I’ll definitely be using it on my travels to share all my photos. I like being able to use it and then sharing it all in one place instead of having to go through 4-5 different websites. The only thing that’s missing is an app version so I can share the picture the moment it’s taken.
You can also create slideshows and the street tours are really neat. It’s just another way to help friends and family see where I’m at and what I’m doing. Bonus feature is that they can easily book a hotel and go to the destination themselves! Which makes it super easy for them to be able to re-create the fun things they saw during my trip.