We are very often asked this question. If you view an image on 10 different monitors you will most likely see 10 different color renditions of the image. Monitor calibration is crucial to proper color viewing and most people don’t want to mess with it. Please don’t expect us to make prints that match your monitor. We have no way of knowing what the image looks like on your monitor and even if we did we can’t possibly match every customer’s monitor on every image.
Our printers are calibrated each morning and additionally, when needed, throughout the day. The output device (printer) is the base of the color workflow and each device used in the workflow needs to be calibrated, profiled and set up in the correct color space for the printer. In our case the color space you should be using is sRGB IEC61966-2.1. Your camera needs to be set to sRGB and the color space in your photo editing software needs to be set to sRGB IEC61966-2.1. Your monitor needs to be profiled and then calibrated to our printers, not our printers to your monitor. We are happy to help you through the calibration process, just call us. Additionally you can read our Color Management Workflow document that explains in detail how to calibrate your monitor. You will need a monitor profiling device. We recommend the DataColor SpyderX or any of the X-Rite monitor profiling systems.