Colours and the reproduction of it can vary. How the actual photo will turn out is dependent on the photo file itself, if it has been adjusted in a photo program, and the information that the digital camera gives to the image. There are therefore lots of variables that can have an influence on the final result of your photo print. We do our best to print a professional quality image, based on the actual photo file that has been uploaded to us.
In this article, we will explain the colour difference between:
Colour difference between two identical products:
Even though both products with the same content may be ordered at the same time, it does not necessarily mean that they will be printed at the exact same moment. It is possible that both products are printed on different machines. This can lead to a slight difference in the colours.
Although we try and do everything possible to reduce any colour differences between photo products, unfortunately, we cannot guarantee this.
Colour difference between cover and content:
The photo cover is printed on a different printer than that used to print the inside of your photo book. There is also a difference in the type of paper that is used to print the cover, which is then laminated to protect it from scratches and damage.
Colour difference between your own prints and ours:
The quality of the colours is influenced by the printing technique used, the ink, and the type of paper. A photo printed using an inkjet printer with photo paper can sometimes produce colours that more closely resemble what is shown on the computer screen.
Please reach out to our customer service team if you have any further questions. They are happy to help!