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SAN DIEGO, Sept. 30, 2009 — today announces
the launch of its photo sharing, archiving and sorting
subscription products, including PhotoBin Basic, PhotoBin
Plus and photo-customized merchandise. PhotoBin Basic
provides free accounts for consumers new to photo sharing,
while PhotoBin Plus provides subscription-based accounts for
advanced photo enthusiasts and professionals. In addition to
its core products, also features the ability to
turn favorite photos into affordable gifts, including
canvases, prints, mugs and puzzles.’s welcome page is the home base for new and
returning users. Within the welcome page, the My PhotoBin
menu provides a fast and easy path to access all photo
organizing tools and help menu items. Public and private
options offer users the ability to invite, accept or reject
contacts. And consumers can tag and share their photos in
personalized Web sites directly from any computer with an
Internet connection.
“It’s all about making uploading your kid’s birthday party
pictures fast, easy and fun, and not a tedious chore,” says
CEO Steve Weber. “It’s about sharing moments with your
family and friends days later – even hours later – rather
than months later. And it’s about giving photo enthusiasts
an amazing look for their own portfolio galleries.”

Among its key features, users can toggle between two views:
3-D and 2-D. The visually engaging and interactive 3-D Photo
Wall feature allows users to view photo collections in an
interactive, cinematic perspective, and without the clutter
of advertising. (The 3-D Photo Wall is not a plug-in and
does not require a download.) For those who prefer a slower,
more traditional view, the 2-D panel is also available.

With its simplified user interface and tech-forward style, offers busy consumers a comfortable, fun
environment to get organized fast.’s intuitive
drag-and-drop interface and flexible features work for busy
moms and dads as well as photography hobbyists and
professionals – from a soccer mom with hundreds of game
shots to a photo enthusiast who specializes in nature shots
to a wedding photographer with high-volume clients. values its customers’ images, using SSL,
firewall-protected servers and redundant storage methods,
backing up files at co-location centers across the United

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Launched in April 2008, San Diego-based is
committed to redefining photo archiving, presentation and
photo sharing. is a friendly, tech-forward
provider of accessible visual sharing innovations, including
the 3-D Photo Wall. is a division
of Z58, Inc., a photography-focused resource for photography
business training, online photo portfolios and products. For
more information, visit

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