Press Releases May 08, 2002

SHUTTERFLY AND WINDOWS XP DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WEB SITE HELP CONSUMERS REALIZE BENEFITS OF GOING DIGITAL

REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. – (May 8, 2002) — Shutterfly, the leading online photo service today announced support of the Windows XP Digital Photography Web Site (http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/digitalphotography). The company is a featured content provider for “How-To” articles and photo tips for photographers interested in getting started with digital photography. The Windows XP site offers a variety of resources and information to help photographers of all levels be more creative and have more fun with their pictures.

“Shutterfly’s involvement in the Windows XP Digital Photography Web Site is part of our ongoing commitment to educate consumers about the benefits of digital photography — and to demystify the technology behind it,” said Andy Wood president and CEO of Shutterfly. “We will continue to support the Windows XP site — and all our education initiatives — with new and interesting ways to make digital photography easy, convenient and fun for consumers.”

The Windows XP Digital Photography Web Site directs visitors to content from www.shutterfly.com detailing how to take better pictures, get creative with them and share them with family and friends. Shutterfly’s products and services are also available through the Windows XP operating system.

About Shutterfly
Shutterfly is the leading online photo service that takes advantage of the digital world’s unique capabilities. By developing innovative, personalized digital imaging products and services, Shutterfly makes it simple for its customers to stay connected to those that matter most to them. Shutterfly enables film and digital photographers to easily enhance, personalize, store and share pictures online or through high-quality prints. Shutterfly users can transform their pictures with special effects and borders as well as create photo cards, invitations, calendars and Snapbooks™, all of which can be mailed to friends and family worldwide. Shutterfly is consistently recognized for its photo quality and features, and most recently was named “Best Online Photo Service” by PC Magazine, earning its coveted “Editors’ Choice” award for the second straight year. Shutterfly is based in Redwood City, CA. For more information, visit www.shutterfly.com.

Media Contacts:
Whitney Brown
Shutterfly
650-610-3519
wbrown@shutterfly.com

Duval Hopkins
(212) 243-2000
dhopkins@maloneyfox.com

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