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A household name among photographers for over 40 years A household name among photographers for over 40 years
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Black and White Photos

from: €0,56

Bona fide black and white photos for any photographer seeking that authentic black and white feel. Standard printers blend colour to attain black and white gradations. Colour cast is discernible in different lighting conditions. Not at Profotonet though. Using three different printing methods and paper types, we have something for everyone.

Black and white photos: formats and prices

1-49 50-99 100+
13x13 t/m 13x19

€ 0,75

€ 0,64

€ 0,56

20x20 t/m 20x30

€ 2,55

€ 2,14

€ 1,89

30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 6,35

€ 5,40

€ 4,75

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30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 12,95

€ 11,01

€ 10,36

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 25,95

€ 22,06

€ 20,76

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 38,95

€ 33,11

€ 31,16

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 52,95

€ 45,01

€ 42,36

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 58,95

€ 50,11

€ 47,16

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30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 19,95

€ 16,96

€ 15,96

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 32,95

€ 28,01

€ 26,36

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 45,95

€ 39,06

€ 36,76

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 64,95

€ 55,21

€ 51,96

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 89,95

€ 76,46

€ 71,96

1-49 50-99 100+
13x13 t/m 13x19

€ 0,60

€ 0,51

€ 0,48

20x20 t/m 20x30

€ 2,50

€ 2,13

€ 2,00

30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 5,50

€ 4,68

€ 4,40

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Superior quality Choose between 4 paper types

Black and white photos free of colour cast

Who doesn’t get that nostalgic feel, looking at black and white photos?! The black and white prints feature high contrasting in the grey tint gamut, adding an extra dimension to your photos. Add a long sought-after personal touch to your living room or studio. Memories from days gone by, or place special subjects in the spotlight to bring a smile to your face, each and every day. Get started now, and choose the right paper and format for whatever it is you have in mind.

Bona fide black and white paper

Standard printers blend colour to attain black and white gradations (grey tints). This makes colour cast discernible in different lighting conditions. Not at Profotonet though. Using three different printing methods and four types of paper made especially for black and white photos, we cater to every need. 100% black and white, no colour cast and a stunning tonal range.

Select Ilford paper for smaller prints (up to 30×45 cm); for larger prints (30×45 cm upwards) opt for black and white Inkjet or K7 paper.

FAQ

How does black and white printing work?

At Profotonet you have the option to have black and white images exposed on genuine black and white paper. When only grey tints can be exposed, such as with Ilford, Inkjet and Piezography, you prevent colour cast.

Ilford Galerie paper is available in 13×19 and 20×30 cm. The print is based on the traditional black and white silver halide technique, and is available on Glossy and Lustre paper. Sizes of 30×30 cm upwards can be printed with Piezography K7 or Ultrachrome K3; 100% colour cast free. Curious? Check out our Black and white blog that lists all the information about paper types, techniques and prices.

How do I order multiple photos in one go?

This is asked a lot: can I combine multiple photos, different products, formats or paper types in a single order?

Everything is possible! And, hassle-free too.

Step 1: Select your files

Step 2: Select the photos you would like to have in a particular size

Step 3: On the right, select which product, size and paper/finish type you want, and confirm with the red ‘add’ button. These have now been added to the basket; you will see at the top right of the screen that the basket has changed from red to green, with a number beside it. Also, by the files in question, you will now see in green what you have ordered for the particular photo.

Step 4: Next, select any other files you want in a different size/paper type, and repeat these steps as often as you need to until you have processed all your photos and formats.

Step 5: Click on the basket at the top right of the screen to complete your order.

How do I get a specific photo print format?

As explained under the aspect ratio section, the measurements of your print depend on standard paper widths adopted in the photographic industry, as well as on your image’s aspect ratios. You require a photo print with self-selected measurements. How does that work?

Paper measurements

As a rule of thumb, we always try to expose the entire image to ratio, as large as possible, to your selected format. The table below outlines the minimum and maximum paper measurements per print format. As you can see, the short side is always fixed and the long side is variable.

Please note: The exception to this rule is size 10×15. As you can see, here the long side is fixed and the short side is variable.

Minimum and maximum measurements per print format
Product descriptionmin.max.
10×15 – 11×158.5 x 15.211.5 x 15.2
13×13 – 13×1912.7 x 12.712.7 x 19.1
15×15 – 15×2215.2 x 15.215.2 x 22.8
20×20 – 20×3020.3 x 20.320.3 x 30.5
30×30 – 30×4530.5 x 30.530.5 x 45.8
40×40 – 40×6040.6 x 40.640.6 x 60.9
50×50 – 50×7550.8 x 50.850.8 x 76.2
60×60 – 60×9061.0 x 61.061.0 x 91.5
70×70 – 70×10571.0 x 71.071.0 x 106.5
76×76 – 76×11576.2 x 76.276.2 x 114.3
76×20076.2 x 76.276.2 x 200.0
76×30076.2 x 76.276.2 x 300.0
76×40076.2 x 76.276.2 x 400.0
80×80 – 80×12081.3 x 81.381.3 x 121.9
90×90 – 90×13591.4 x 91.491.4 x 137.2
100×100 – 100×150101.6 x 101.6101.6 x 152.4
120×120 – 120×180121.9 x 121.9121.9 x 182.9

 

We do not automatically trim Ilford Galerie paper (13×19, 20×30 and 30×45). You will, of course, receive the photo in the correct aspect ratio, and we always print the entire image. It’s just the photo will be a little shorter than e.g. 13×19, and we white-fill the extra space on the paper, meaning you receive the photo with white borders that you can then trim yourself.

 

How does black and white printing work?

At Profotonet you have the option to have black and white images exposed on genuine black and white paper. When only grey tints can be exposed, such as with Ilford, Inkjet and Piezography, you prevent colour cast.

Ilford Galerie paper is available in 13×19 and 20×30 cm. The print is based on the traditional black and white silver halide technique, and is available on Glossy and Lustre paper. Sizes of 30×30 cm upwards can be printed with Piezography K7 or Ultrachrome K3; 100% colour cast free. Curious? Check out our Black and white blog that lists all the information about paper types, techniques and prices.

How do I order multiple photos in one go?

This is asked a lot: can I combine multiple photos, different products, formats or paper types in a single order?

Everything is possible! And, hassle-free too.

Step 1: Select your files

Step 2: Select the photos you would like to have in a particular size

Step 3: On the right, select which product, size and paper/finish type you want, and confirm with the red ‘add’ button. These have now been added to the basket; you will see at the top right of the screen that the basket has changed from red to green, with a number beside it. Also, by the files in question, you will now see in green what you have ordered for the particular photo.

Step 4: Next, select any other files you want in a different size/paper type, and repeat these steps as often as you need to until you have processed all your photos and formats.

Step 5: Click on the basket at the top right of the screen to complete your order.

How do I get a specific photo print format?

As explained under the aspect ratio section, the measurements of your print depend on standard paper widths adopted in the photographic industry, as well as on your image’s aspect ratios. You require a photo print with self-selected measurements. How does that work?

Paper measurements

As a rule of thumb, we always try to expose the entire image to ratio, as large as possible, to your selected format. The table below outlines the minimum and maximum paper measurements per print format. As you can see, the short side is always fixed and the long side is variable.

Please note: The exception to this rule is size 10×15. As you can see, here the long side is fixed and the short side is variable.

Minimum and maximum measurements per print format
Product descriptionmin.max.
10×15 – 11×158.5 x 15.211.5 x 15.2
13×13 – 13×1912.7 x 12.712.7 x 19.1
15×15 – 15×2215.2 x 15.215.2 x 22.8
20×20 – 20×3020.3 x 20.320.3 x 30.5
30×30 – 30×4530.5 x 30.530.5 x 45.8
40×40 – 40×6040.6 x 40.640.6 x 60.9
50×50 – 50×7550.8 x 50.850.8 x 76.2
60×60 – 60×9061.0 x 61.061.0 x 91.5
70×70 – 70×10571.0 x 71.071.0 x 106.5
76×76 – 76×11576.2 x 76.276.2 x 114.3
76×20076.2 x 76.276.2 x 200.0
76×30076.2 x 76.276.2 x 300.0
76×40076.2 x 76.276.2 x 400.0
80×80 – 80×12081.3 x 81.381.3 x 121.9
90×90 – 90×13591.4 x 91.491.4 x 137.2
100×100 – 100×150101.6 x 101.6101.6 x 152.4
120×120 – 120×180121.9 x 121.9121.9 x 182.9

 

We do not automatically trim Ilford Galerie paper (13×19, 20×30 and 30×45). You will, of course, receive the photo in the correct aspect ratio, and we always print the entire image. It’s just the photo will be a little shorter than e.g. 13×19, and we white-fill the extra space on the paper, meaning you receive the photo with white borders that you can then trim yourself.

 

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Photo printing: from the purest white to the deepest black

When it comes to your photo prints, will only the very best quality do? Unlike many other suppliers, Profotonet does not simply print your photos. Instead, we expose your images on only the finest photo paper. This paper meets the strictest standards for resolution, colour and shine. That’s true whether you opt for regular photo prints or a black and white photo with the very highest quality, or if you are a school photographer who needs to print school photos. We can effortlessly achieve any shade, from the purest white to the deepest black. Take your pick of Glossy, Lustre or Pearl. For black and white prints, we use Ilford Galerie paper for small formats and Inkjet Lustre and Piezography FineArt for the larger formats. What’s more, you can select a white border around the image for a professional appearance and added contrast.

Our Fuji papers (200 g/m2) are available in an extremely wide array of colours and retain their colourfastness for 75 years. Compared to most photo labs, we offer 100% greater resolution. Our higher resolution delivers improved image quality and finer details – and therefore better-looking photo prints in various dimensions. It’s no coincidence that our professional lab has been a partner of the Zilveren Camera photo competition for years. And thanks to our advanced colour management system, your photos will have the most true-to-life exposure possible. That means your prints will look exactly the same as the images on your monitor, ensuring your photos are always shown to their best advantage.