The colours that are shown on the computer monitor will not be the same as the actual colours in the image file. The colour shown on a monitor is dependent on the quality of the monitor, the configuration of it, and the light in the room where the monitor is positioned.
A monitor shows colours of images in the profile of RGB (red, green, blue). The photo products are printed in the colour profile of CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and key). On a monitor, the colours are built using light, but the photos are printed using ink, which means they will never be exactly the same.
Further to this, the RGB scheme has a greater range of colours than CMYK and can produce colours that are more vivid and vibrant. These colours are beyond the range of CMYK to reproduce and will come out darker and duller in print than what is seen on the monitor or display.
How the actual photo will turn out is dependent on the photo file itself, if it has been adjusted in an external photo program and the information that the digital camera gives to the image. Therefore, there are lots of variables that can have an influence on the final result of your photo print. We do our best to print a professional, quality image, based on the actual photo file that has been uploaded to us.