Picturelife, a four-year-old photo-storage and management service acquired by digital media hub Streamnation last year, is shutting down. An email sent to subscribers today said the service faced "a challenging economic environment" and was no longer viable. Members will have the option of transferring their photos to SmugMug, a paid photo-storage service aimed at professional and semi-pro photographers, and continue to view and download them for no cost.
Photo-storage service Picturelife shuts down 18 months after being acquired
written by TechKnock Aug 22, 2016
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