We recommend that you download the NPI Color Target and order a free Color Target Test Print via NEO Roes to check your monitor’s color. When you view this file on your system, the target print should match what you see if you are correctly calibrated.
Please download and install this output viewing profile when correcting prints 12×36 and below.
Right click the link below and choose “Save File” or “Save Target”
Additional ICC profiles coming soon.
When sending files to NEO Pro Imaging, it is important that each file has a valid ICC profile embedded. Without this profile, we have no way of knowing what colorspace your files are in. Most photographers use either sRGB or Adobe RGB (1998) as a working colorspace.
Follow these direction to properly setup your Photoshop Color Settings:
1. Open Photoshop
Mac OS X users – Go to Photoshop in the Menu Bar > Color Settings
Windows – Go to Edit in the Menu Bar > Color Settings
2. Select a Working Space for RGB Files. You should select either sRGB IEC61966-2.1 or Adobe RGB (1998). If you are unsure choose sRGB IEC61966-2.1.
3. Select “Convert to Working RGB” next to RGB under Color Management Policies.
4. Check ‘Ask When Opening’ and ‘Ask When Pasting’ next to Profile Mismatches.
Whenever you open a file saved and tagged in a color space other than your working space, Photoshop will prompt you to convert to the working color space. If you would rather have Photoshop do this automatically for every file, you can uncheck these boxes.
5. Uncheck ‘Ask When Opening’ next to Missing Profiles
Photoshop will assume every file not tagged with a color space is in your working space. When you save your files, make sure to check the ‘Embed Color Profile’ checkbox in the Save dialog box. Without this checked, we do not know the color space of your files, and you will have unpredictable color in your prints.