Yes. While we certainly always strive to achieve as close a color and tonal match in ink as compared to original pigments in artwork, we also offer a test print approval process for paper and canvas prints. A section of the image containing key colors and tonal range is printed on the selected paper or canvas and held for your review and signature approval. To achieve the closest color and exposure match between your digital photography/art and your printed images; we recommend using a monitor calibration tool from a company such as X-Rite or Datacolor to fine-tune your digital display. Save your final edited print file in the JPEG file format with an embedded sRGB color space. One-on-one color consultation with our lead print technician is also available by appointment, charged in 15 minute increments as it halts regular print production.