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Online Photo Sharing Service from Shutterbook

Jasper Huitink : 2005-12-12 00:50:00
Online Photo Sharing Service from Shutterbook : Shutterbook, the latest and most intuitive online photo sharing service, today announced its inception with the launch of a new premium service that gives consumers considerably more than just the ability to upload photos to a website. Aiming to stand out from the over-saturated market full of cumbersome and non user-friendly photo sharing services, Shutterbook gives its customers a myriad of features, including a completely password protected photo sharing experience, a multiple photo Uploader application, 20GB of high resolution photo storage, unique tagging capabilities, a robust online community and an easy-to-use customized slideshow tool complete with your favorite music.


Photobook a printed photo album from FotoInsight

Mark Peters : 2005-12-12 00:48:00
Photobook a printed photo album from FotoInsight : In time for the holiday gift shopping season, FotoInsight of Cambridge launches an innovative 26 page photo book displaying up to 312 images through its online photo processing service. Presenting someone with a personalised, hardbound photo book, complete with the details of an adventure illustrated with own photographs is arguably the greatest gift idea this year. The new photo book can be ordered from FotoInsight.com online without need for any special digital photo album software. The lay-out tool allows for text and various picture formats and sizes. The Photobook is the latest addition to Europe’s most innovative range of photo gifts at the Foto insight website.


HP Snapfish powers Publix Online Photo Service

Mark Peters : 2005-12-12 00:47:00
HP Snapfish powers Publix Online Photo Service : HP's Snapfish today announced that it is powering a new online photo service for Publix, one of the largest volume U.S. supermarkets. The new Online Photo service, available at the Publix website. Publix customers to upload digital photos from your digital camera to the site for free online photo sharing and editing, unlimited online storage and wireless imaging services. Additionally, Publix customers can order professionally developed digital camera prints for as low as 10 cents each, film developing for $2.99 per roll and more than 90 photo products, including calendars, mugs and mouse pads. The first 20 prints are free for new users to both Publix and Snapfish.


Kodak G4 picture kiosk at Ritz camera centers

Mark Peters : 2005-12-09 11:47:07
Kodak G4 picture kiosk at Ritz camera centers : Eastman Kodak Company and Ritz Camera Centers, the largest retail camera and imaging photo chain in the USA, today announced a partnership to deploy Kodak's new digital photo kiosks in all Ritz Camera stores across the united states, totaling approximately 1,100 locations. Ritz Camera Store will be the first retailer to install Kodak's new Digital G4 photo kiosks, which make Kodak quality digital print in just eight seconds - 35% faster than prior Kodak kiosk models. The Kodak digital Picture Kiosk G4 makes digital prints from a wide range of digital media sources, and the kiosk also creates Kodak Picture CDs and passport photos, among other features.


Online digital photo archive service

Mark Peters : 2005-11-25 16:01:27
Online Digital photo archive service : Unix kernel veterans recently launched a new digital photo archive service for individuals who need to know their snapshots are secure. Safe Snaps stores pictures, allows for easy retrieval by subscribers and can backup work on demand. Off-site photo backup is the gold standard in today’s computer industry. Safe Snaps’ founders want to ensure all photo users the same level of protection without breaking the bank. “We started the business to fill what we perceived to be a hole in the market for safe, off-site and secure digital photo archival,” said Rod Harrison, Safe Snaps CEO. “None of the other companies around offer the same level of service for a remotely similar price.”


Shutterfly greeting & photo holiday season cards

Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-15 20:33:40
Shutterfly greeting & photo holiday season cards : As families across the country plan to share their favorite memory on a photo holiday card greeting card or note card, Shutterfly, the leading independent online photo service, today announced Save the Children Greeting Cards. Shutterfly Save the Children is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making positive change in the lives of disadvantaged children worldwide. Shutterfly will donate ten percent of revenue derived from Save the Children picture & photo card purchases to the organization. For more information on Shutterfly’s Save the Children cards, please visit the Shutterfly Save the Childeren project website.


Free stock images at Fotolia photo marketplace

Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-14 22:48:14
Free stock images at Fotolia photo marketplace : Fotolia Launches the first Social Marketplace for Digital Images Royalty Free Digital Images Available Online for Free or as Low as £1 London Fotolia launched 9 november the first global online social marketplace for creative digital stock images in four languages, where photographers and designers of all levels can store, share and monetize their photographs and illustrations. Fotolia’s free membership allows graphics artists, web designers, art directors, and consumers to obtain legal royalty free stock images for use in electronic and print materials for free or starting as low as £1. For more information about the company access the marketplace.


US online photo services are growing

Mark Peters : 2005-11-08 10:56:06
US online photo services are growing : InfoTrends / CAP Ventures’ online photo services report finds that 29% of US internet users are now online photo service members, representing an increase of 12% over 2004. Pureplay online photo services, dot-coms, dominate the online print market. About 78% of online photo service members belong to a pureplay site like Kodak EasyShare Gallery, while just 14% are members of a retail online photo service like Walmart.com. Today, pureplay online photo services members are more motivated to share their digital photos, while retail online users are more motivated to print. Nevertheless, changing market dynamics could shake up the status quo of the online photo services market.






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