Create a photo book

Choose from an extensive range of design templates. Our photo books impress with their outstanding, award-winning quality and are delivered to your door just a few working days after you place your order. Discover our range of products.

Get inspiration for your photo book!

Around the world on 80 pages

While you're on your city trip, it's fun to upload a snapshot to Facebook or Twitter with your Smartphone. To do justice to your best photos, however, printed photo books are the best choice! This is where digital meets analogue.

Ordering digital photos

So that your best photos don’t just gather dust on the hard drive and smartphone: you can find out everything here about the different ways to order your digital photo prints.

Create unique memories

Were you surprised by the size of the photos you ordered?

Have you received different sized photos as a surprise when ordering photos? We are going to tell you how you can receive photos which are all the same length in future.

Create a photo calendar

Photo calendars don’t just look great on the wall, creating them is also great fun! Our wall calendars can be created online, by app or using ifolor Designer.

Find just the right product for every occasion

My favourites are going to see me through the new year too

Whether it’s a wall calendar, kitchen calendar or desk calendar, every year Martina Bisaz designs photo calendars for her parents, grandparents, other family members and friends.

Create photo greeting cards

From holiday greetings to birthday invitations: photo greeting cards from ifolor always make an impression. We show you how to easily create greeting cards.

Sending colour films and negatives by post

Would you like to get a colour film or negatives printed again? Send us your colour films and negatives conveniently by post. Enclose the completed order form with your order.

Back to the future

The Discovery of Colour Film in 1936

The History of Photography - Part 4:

The first patent for colour film was applied for in 1912. In 1932, the first 35mm film was developed for taking colour photographs. At that time, however, colour film could only be used with Leica and Contax cameras and the film had special colour stripe filters.