Hmmm good question.
Its been quite a while since I had anything digital printed and it did not come out to well.
They where a couple of colour pano's that I had printed average size as a test for getting something bigger done later.
They came out a bit dark and lifeless looking in the colour.
So I hired a monitor calibrator and used it on my TN type screen and everything on screen looked horribly after that.
I downloaded a Fujifilm test image and looked at it on the calibrated profile and it looked far from how I would edit it so I concluded "whats the point" and deleted the calibration profile.
I suspect it is to do with the suitability of TN monitors for critical image work and their lack of adjustability.
I also reedited an image on the calibrated profile and had that printed by the same place and it came out too dark to tell much about colour.
I've seen my images on a good screen and it was a bigger step in quality than was ever evident on my usual screen from going kit to L lens and also to FF.
I have said to you recently that a proper photo monitor is a priority for me, then I'll have another crack at getting prints done.
But anyway I used a place in Adelaide called Black & White Photographics http://www.blackandwhitephoto.com.au/
It was one of a couple of places that where recommended to me when I did a similar forum inquiry.
I chose Black & White Photographics because they had this section on there web site to help with getting a good result http://www.blackandwhitephoto.com.au/pr ... alibration
which looked more helpful than anyone else was offering.
Their name would suggest they are all over B+W digital printing, but it is not singled out from general digital printing on the site.
I was going to ask the same thing when I went back to the Concrete, Space, Light exhibition.