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The following is from the Shutterfly Help Pages (search for "download"):
How can I download images from Shutterfly?
Currently, we do not offer full-resolution downloading. However, we do have two methods by which you can get digital copies of pictures: Archive DVDs and Share Site Downloading. Use the option that best suits your needs: Archive DVDs take some time to process and ship, but can contain many images at full-resolution. Downloads are lower-resolution and done individually but are available immediately. A comparison of the two:
Download from a Shutterfly Share site
What it is:
A DVD of full-resolution copies of pictures.
Download individual pictures from a Shutterfly Share site.
How many pictures:
The DVD can contain up to thousands of pictures.
There is no limit to the number of photos you can download, but each image must be downloaded individually. We currently do not offer batch downloading.
Pictures on the DVD are full-resolution
Pictures are print-quality but not full-resolution. Downloads are a 1600x1200 copy, which is sufficient for printing up to and including 8x10.
How long does it take:
Generally ships within two days of order, then time in transit depends on the shipping method
Based on number of pictures, starting at $9.99+ shipping and handling
No cost; requires a free Shutterfly account, and the pictures must be on a free Shutterfly Share Site.
How to get it:
See instructions below.
To download an image from a Shutterfly Share Site:
Also, from the Shutterfly Help Pages (search for "Facebook"):
Facebook does not currently allow photos to be transferred and saved to other websites. As a result, there is no way to import your Facebook photos into your Shutterfly account at this time. If Facebook modifies its policies regarding image storage and transfer in the future, we will look to offer this feature.
Of course, if you have the image files for your Facebook photos, you can upload them to Shutterfly account using any of our upload methods.
We do offer an option to use Facebook photos in our Simple Path photo books. For more information on this feature, see our FAQ " Using Facebook Images in Simple Path Books" or click here to go to our product information page.
HenryB (A Shutterfly user)