What do "Backprinting", "Reference" and "Special Instructions" mean at checkout?
Backprinting is the information printed on the backside of a photo print. While placing your print order, you have the option to add a 25-character maximum line of text on the backside of your photo prints. In addition to added back printing, the system standard also requires the printing of an order number & sort number on the back of each print. Once an order is placed, we are unable to add or change the back printing.
*Please refrain from using characters other than letters, numbers and special characters. Keep in mind that once an order is placed, we are unable to add this feature to the order or alter the back printing in any way.
*ROES based orders will print your file name on the backside of your prints. However, Web-based orders will not print your file name on the backside of your prints.
Reference is the information used to label your order. You have the option of including a reference name to your order, which can help you to easily view orders in your My Account section.
Special Instructions is the information you would like to provide for the lab. (Ex: Please Color Correct my images to be on the warmer side.)