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I suspect it is more the settings of your printer that are not set for the right type of paper.
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Your screens is not "calibrated", meaning what you see on your screen is not what prints. Most screens that come with computers are of regular quality made for internet viewing etc... After a few year the screen goes out of wack. I have a spyder color calibrator that I succion cup onto the screen and follow the calibration process, I do it once a month. the calibration bring your screen inline with most photo printers profiles.

When you send out your print for a professional print, they will ajust the colors/tone of the print UNLESS you specify otherwise. They do it by defaut even the pro shops.
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