I created a photobook of the fall session I recently did with Eva at the park, and it turned out BEAUTIFULLY, except for the 3 shots in which she is backlit by the glowing sunset in the field--those look great on-screen (anywhere), golden-tan with peachy skin, but they printed with terrible green casts over them for some reason. They do NOT look like that in-camera or on-screen. But the printer says they can't correct it (so they gave me a credit for a free book)
All the rest of my photos printed exactly the way they look in-camera and on screen.
What would you do? What is the best way to go about "fixing" them so they'll print the way they look in reality--because if I correct for the green printing issue they will look wrong on screen. Ugh. For the record, I had printed an 8x10 of one of them on my photo printer as a test, and its colors looked great.