While digital screens (phones, cameras, computer screens) can display almost 17 million colors (you read that right!), the range of colors that can actually be produced by a printer is much smaller – between 2,000-4,000. For that reason, and because of the color conversion that happens during printing, sometimes you’ll notice a slight difference in color between your digital image and printed image.
What do you need to know? For the smoothest color conversion process, just make sure your images are in the sRGB color profile when you upload them to our site. You can do this in Lightroom, Photoshop, or other third party editors, or in Preview on a Mac. Check out a how-to guide here.
**Wondering how to calibrate your monitor to see how your images will print? Just use standard settings! We’ve done our best to make the conversion from screen to print as simple as possible, to make your photos look great in print.