I read the other thread about prints being dark and figured I just have my monitor brightness too high, but I have asked for several opinions from others and they don't think the pictures look dark on their monitors either. I use huey for calibration and do have room brightness adjustment on. The colors in the prints look spot on, but they are too dark. I turned off the option to auto correct when I uploaded the photos to Costco.com. Could that be causing the darkness? I wanted to ask here to see what others think about Costco's prints before turning down my monitor's brightness and reediting. Should I have them printed elsewhere to see if there is a difference? Here is one picture that I had printed (this is just a quick snapshot): My nephew is naturally dark-skinned and my 10 month old is fair with a touch of color from the summer sun. They were sitting under a picnic table. Does it look properly exposed? The print appears to be at least 1 stop underexposed if not more. :frown: TIA!