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Snapfish Corporate Headquarters
731 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 820-3888
Fax: (415) 543-6402
Web site: www.snapfish.com
Snapfish does the best job balancing the needs of people who use digital cameras and the majority who still use film."
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Corbis is the world's preeminent visual solutions provider—licensing images seen by millions of people daily in advertising, books, newspapers, magazines, on TV, and in films. Communication professionals turn to our photography, art, and footage to differentiate brands, support news stories, sell products, and entertain audiences—all with maximum power, creativity, and emotion.
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Founded by Bill Gates in 1989, Corbis is headquartered in Seattle, with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Paris, Düsseldorf, Vienna, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Tokyo.
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Ofoto is an online photography service whose core mission is to provide top-quality silver halide prints for digital and film camera users. Our Web site, www.ofoto.com, gives photographers a new and easier way to store and share their pictures with family and friends. Once online, these photos can be easily edited, cropped, or enhanced with borders and special effects, by using Ofoto's free online tools. Customers can have prints, enlargements, photo cards, frames, albums and other
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Hello: Picasa is headquartered in Pasadena, CA, with offices in Santa Monica, CA and Pittsburgh, PA.
Picasa we know there’s nothing like sitting down with a friend and flipping through an album of vacation photographs, a wedding album or going over college snapshots. That’s why we’ve created Hello, a new program that brings the tradition of sharing photo albums side-by-side into the digital age.
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