Kodak Gallery was Kodak's digital photography website, and it offered storage, sharing and Kodak prints. Kodak Gallery closed on July 2, 2012, and photos stored on the site were moved to Shutterfly.
The site originally launched in December of 1999 as Ofoto and was acquired by Kodak in 2001. It was rebranded in 2005 as Kodak EasyShare Gallery, and the name was quickly shortened to Kodak Gallery. The site offered free storage for 90 days unless customers made a purchase through the service. Kodak Gallery offered custom photo merchandise, such as mugs, stamps, calendars, and archive CDs and DVDs. At its peak in 2008, the site served over 60 million users.