Was hoping to get some feedback before I take some prints back to the retailer. I printed several images from this gallery (http://www.cjpaulphotography.com/p888158207) at my local camera shop. They are a good shop in my opinion with a lot of tenured professionals working in sales and their photo finishing department. As you can see from the gallery, these were processed for a specific look. They have some split toning and I've clipped the blacks and whites in the tone curve... gives it a bit of a vintage feel IMO. Processing was done on a 27" iMac in Lightroom 5. When I got the prints back they were super blotchy. They highlight areas look fine but the other areas of their skin are dark, orangey, and the transition from highlight to skin tone is not smooth. They look like very bad spray tans. The image below is the worst. My daughter looks ill. The undertones are very blue and she looks almost veiny and very blotchy. I'm at work so I can't try to take a picture of an actual print but hopefully I'm describing it well. One thing I realized when I saw the prints is they do not have a checkbox on their site to say like "no color correction" but they have a comments box. In the past I've said no color correction (when and my first reaction was maybe they tried to color correct the overall image and it messed up the skin. I am going to take the prints and the digital files in to the shop but I wanted a second opinion. When you look at these on your monitors do you see a problem (i.e. are you like, "yeah, I can see why the prints came out bad") or do they look like they should print OK?