Everything You Need To Know
Frequently Asked Questions
The app learns to recognize what you personally appreciate and prefer in the photos you take and keep including your favorite people, common places, preferred moods, and best lighting. Then, Photofetcher automatically selects your best, most meaningful photos and sets them aside for:
- your review as a set of recommended photos in a gallery. Follow up actions include photo library clean up or transfer
- automated printing services, e.g. quarterly photo print books
- secure digital or hardcopy archiving
The app can select the best photos from your current photo library/photo cloud once or select the best recent photos on a recurring schedule you set, e.g. every month.
Absolutely. Each Photofetcher evaluation session produces a set of recommended photos as an online or in-app gallery. Photos can be selected in batch or individually and prints ordered a la carte to be sent to anyone you choose.
The Photofetcher family of offerings can be used with recent iOS and Android devices. There is also a cloud to cloud option that can be set up and used directly with your photo cloud archives.
Photofetcher gathers the same personal profile info that any online business collects in terms of name, address, etc. We do not share or sell that information without your express permission.
The app infers information about your visual perspectives, subject matter preferences and personal aesthetic but doesn’t store that information in a format that can be accessed like traditional data. Instead, the information inferred from your photos and survey help shape and influence what the system predicts when evaluating new photos.
That depends. Photofetcher autonomously evaluates all the photos in a user’s device library or cloud. Photofetcher will alert the user when photo analysis is complete, and the results are ready for review. If automated services, like photo book printing, are part of the user service plan, the app will notify the user and wait for a pre-set amount of time for the user to review evaluation results before triggering any automated process or service.
The actual time needed to evaluate depends on the number of photos. On a device with a high-speed internet connection; the photo evaluation, curation/selection, and A.I. commentary processes for 10,000 photos will take on average 4-5 hours.