Photo sharing sites are a dime a dozen now days, as are project management and collaboration sites. Yet, CanvasDropr manages to bring something new to the table. The service, which is currently in beta, makes it super easy for users to collaborate with images and videos. Users can easily drag in photos to a canvas, and then share a link and invite people to add photos to the canvas right away.
The whole collaboration process happens in real time from within your browser. The canvas lets you rotate images, set a background, and set an image frame or resize images. You can even drag in content directly from Facebook, Google, YouTube and Flickr. In addition, you can also integrate the canvas on your own website or blog. Of-course, a service like this can be a super useful tool for photographers, media agencies, designers, bloggers, and other creative folk.
We already tried creating a canvas of our own, and were impressed with how responsive and easy to use it is. CanvasDropr is currently free to use and the service is accepting sign ups.