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Color Correction

What is Free Color Correction?

Our Free Color Correction is intended to adjust your files for the best possible printed product from Black River Imaging. Our trained staff manually adjusts the color, brightness, contrast, and saturation to have balanced color overall. This means the highlights aren't blown-out and the shadows aren't clipped.

What orders are Color Corrected?

All orders placed in BRI ROES and online will be color corrected at no charge. Orders in Cascade are NOT color corrected.

Can I order without Color Correction?

Absolutely. Just check the box "Do Not Color Correct" at checkout in ROES or Web. Your files will be printed just as they are submitted.

What if I'm not satisfied with the Color Correction?

Our Color Correction is fully guaranteed. If you are not satisfied we will reprint your order at no extra cost or gladly refund your print costs.

In general, how can I submit my files for best color and printing with Black River Imaging?

We recommend ordering Test Prints. Contact us via email or phone and we'll arrange for up to 12 free 8x10 photographic prints to assist you in monitor calibration. Test prints will show our natural print output, so they can be used as references for color, brightness, contrast, and saturation for the photographic print process. We recommend choosing images that have differing tonalities - high-key and low-key, warm and cool, high-contrast and low-contrast, etc. - in order to see how those aspects are produced in print form.