Fujifilm Drops SeeHere.com

Greg Tarr On Oct 10 2012 - 10:39am

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Valhalla, N.Y. — Fujifilm North America said Tuesday it is closing its SeeHere.com photo-sharing website on Nov. 8, and is referring customers to the Shutterfly.com service.

The site, which launched in October 2008, offered users online creative image tools, customized share pages, shared projects and unlimited free storage.

Customers will be able to transfer images to Shutterfly beginning Oct. 8 through Nov. 8.

Customers are being notified of the change with instructions on how to transfer images to Shutterfly.com or download them to their own storage solution.

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