Monday, July 26, 2010

New Print Sizes Update

We e-mailed you a couple of weeks ago to let you know that in addition to all of the standard sizes, we are now offering 4", 5", 8", 10", 11", 12", 20" & 24" Photographic Prints, Giclee Fine Art Prints and Photo Inkjet Prints in aspect ratios of 1x1, 1x2, 1x3, 1x4.

All of the new sizes are available through the iPrintfromHome Traditional web-based system. Since the last newsletter, we have also added all of the new Photographic Print sizes (and mounting and laminating options) to the ROES and 'Crop & Composition Tool' ordering systems.

We’ll be adding the new Giclee and Photo Inkjet sizes to ROES and the ‘Crop & Composition Tool’ ordering systems over the next few weeks. We’ll keep you posted on our progress.

For a full list of sizes, take a look at our new pricing list:

Many of the new sizes were added in response to specific customer requests for those sizes. If you think we missed any, don't hesitate to write in to let us know. Although we may not be able to add your requested size immediately, we'll add it to the list for next time.

Thank you for your support of!

the team

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

New ICC Profile is pleased to offer a newly updated ICC profile for our Photographic Printing systems. We will begin using this profile in print production on Monday, July, 26th.

So what does this mean for you?
If you haven’t used ICC profiles before and you’re satisfied with your prints: You don’t need to do anything.

If you are already using our ICC profiles to soft proof your images, you should click here to download the new profiles.

We know how important color management is to you and we want to keep you up to date on any changes we make to our production processes.

What are ICC Profiles?
ICC profiles allow your imaging software, such as Photoshop, to preview on your monitor the way that your digital files will look as Photographic Prints from This process is commonly known as "soft proofing".

However, the first step to properly utilizing these profiles is to establish your own color managed work flow. To learn more about Color Management, please click here.