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Create an Event Project [when subject data isn't required]
Create an Event Project [when subject data isn't required]

Ideal for situations where individual customer data isn't required

Updated over a week ago

An EVENT project generates camera cards that contain all the information that your customer will need to locate their photos. No customer information is needed to connect them to their photos. Simply photograph the card and give it to your subject after taking their photos. Event projects DO NOT appear on your Studio Search Page since your customers have the direct URL to their photos.

Read this article if you'll be using image editing software that may change image file EXIF data. Learn how to create a DATA project here.

**Snapizzi does not alter or edit your image files or EXIF data in any way.

Here are the EVENT project steps:

  1. Create a new EVENT project

  2. Print the desired quantity of camera cards

  3. Photograph camera card

  4. Photograph subject

  5. Repeat for the next subject

  6. Upload images to Snapizzi (including camera card images containing the codes)

  7. In minutes, project images are sorted and posted to your connected e-commerce platform

Here's how to do it:

Screenshot of step #2 of the guide, instructing the user: 'Select "Event" as the project type.'
Screenshot of step #3 of the guide, instructing the user: 'Name your project.'
Screenshot of step #4 of the guide, instructing the user: 'Select the hosting platform to use for the project (this option will only appear if you have more than one platform linked to your Snapizzi account). '
Screenshot of step #5 of the guide, instructing the user: ' Select privacy settings for subject galleries. '
Screenshot of step #6 of the guide, instructing the user: 'Select Photo Indexing method.'

Now it's time to Get Camera Cards for your event.

That's it! You're now ready to photograph your event. When photographing the camera cards, be sure to fill the frame as much as possible with the cards so that the codes can be easily scanned by Snapizzi. Although Snapizzi has some latitude with its built-in error correction algorithms, be sure the cards are in focus and exposed properly or they will not be able to be scanned properly.

Ensure that you photograph the codes so that Snapizzi can scan the DataMatrix code properly. We recommend the codes be a minimum of 100x100 pixels in size.Β 

Snapizzi has a 100% accuracy rate as long as the coded cards are photographed properly.

Give as much care and attention to photographing the camera card keyframe photo as you do your subjects.

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