Photo-sharing Service Shutterfly Acquires SeeHere.com Users

FujiFilm announced on Tuesday that its digital photo-sharing and -printing service SeeHere will shut down on November 8. All users will be able to transfer their photos to Shutterfly before then, and users new to Shutterfly will receive a $20 credit. Photos that haven’t been transferred from SeeHere by November 8 will be deleted.

SeeHere.com customers are being notified about the changes and will receive detailed instructions on how to transfer their images to Shutterfly. Like Shutterfly, SeeHere focused more on printing photo albums and calendars than newer photo-sharing services such as Instagram.

Earlier this year, Shutterfly acquired Kodak Gallery.

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