There are two key factors to making a successful print – Colour Calibration – refers to both.
One: In order for your rendition to be as close as possible to the original the original image is used as part of the process. We visually calibrate and balance to match the onscreen image to look like the original. This means we must have a calibrated monitors to allow us to represent the colour on screen as the print will look.
Two: In order to allow us to show the right colours on screen we must also calibrate our monitors to the printer settings. This means we have to run profiles on the printers and match each colour block in a set datum point. This is a long process but this means you will see a print that accurately represents your original.