I recently had two B&W films developed and printed and put on a CD. The pictures on the CD look fine. But the prints are somewhat a little red (or is it yellow?)... They have almost an antique look... The paper is a good paper (at least I like it) it is not that gloosy paper where you leave visible fingerprints, but the other which is rather a little matt (don't know if that is the right word for it...). One film was a Kodak Tri-Max 400 and the other was a Fuji Neopan 1600 (this time the Fuji pics came out much better, so I have a feeling that the other lab was screwing it up while developing). The paper is Kodak Royal Paper (if that helps anything). But my main concern is why they didn't turn out the same on the paper as they did on CD? Does that mean that they will always turn out the same way on paper if I want more prints of a certain shot? Or can they change and be as full of contrast as they are on the CD? Thanks.