Photoblocks.icc profile - this ICC-profile can be used for softproof purposes in your editingsoftware.

You can use this profile for instance Adobe Creative Cloud Photoshop, Lightroom and CaptureOne. The softproof profile allows you to look through the looking glass of the printing process from The Original Photoblocks & Props. If you require further information on how to use Photoblocks.icm, click on this link : I have a question

You can use your ICC-profile with the software applications below and all other applications that support ICC-softproofing


Photoblocks.icc softproof ICC-profile

Note: Do not use this profile to convert your images to, but use it to softproof your photography to see how it will look on the photoblock you ordered. 

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This profile is developed for The Original Photoblocks & Props by Improve Colormanagement. Use this profile to match the colors on your (calibrated) monitor to the Photoblocks printers. Photoblocks.icc

Copy your profile to this location:

Windows 7/8/10/11

Windows/System32/Spool/Drivers/Color

Apple Macintosh

HD/User/Library/ColorSync/Profiles*

* The folder Library on your system can be a hidden folder. To incidentally unlock it go to Finder; press and hold your Option-key (sometimes called ALT) while you navigate to your Finder's  GoTo menu. The Library folder is now visible and ready to be opened.


Photoblocks.psf - Adobe Creative Cloud softproof setting

The Photoblocks.icc profile can be installed into a softproof setting for your Adobe software.

This file has the .csf extension. After you have downloaded the Photoblocks.icc profile we advise you to also download the Photoblocks.psf file.

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Softproof setting for Adobe Creative Cloud software applications. Photoblocks.psf
Instruction - how to use yor softproof setting softproofing_with_Photoblocks_colorprofile.pdf

Copy your softproof setting (.psf) to this location:

Windows 7/8/10/11

Appdata/Roaming/Adobe/Color/Proofing

* The folder Appdata on your system can be a hidden folder. To incidentally unlock it press and hold your Windows key while you press S. This opens the searchbar where you can type %Appdata% to locate and open your Appdata folder.

Apple Macintosh

HD/User/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Color/Proofing*

* The folder Library on your system can be a hidden folder. To incidentally unlock it go to Finder; press and hold your Option-key (sometimes called ALT) while you navigate to your Finder's  GoTo menu. The Library folder is now visible and ready to be opened.