American startup

PrimeShot

, which is included in the portfolio of

Israel Seed Partners

(ISP), on Thursday filed for bankruptcy in the District of Columbia Court, reports

VentureWire

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PrimeShot provides online photography services. In April 2000, the company secured $7.15 million in its first financing round.

Yazam

and Loan Pine Capital also invested in the company. The financing round was led by ISP.

The capital enabled PrimeShot to go on an aggressive marketing campaign in the U.S. and take on another 50 workers, with the aim of expanding its international activities.

PrimeShot's Internet-based photography services enabled customers to order professional photography services worldwide. In addition, the services let customers create security-based online photo galleries, and at the flick of the mouse have their photos developed on Kodak paper.