Nikolay Pokhilchenko wrote:
The user is professional photographer and he comparing the prints with prints from, for example, minilab. The papers is differ, and his aim is to achieve the same impressions from the prints. The profiles from Espon or X-Rite are more pleasant than ArgyllCMS ones it this specific case (the printer and the paper are same).
Hmm. Sounds like a slightly odd situation, more similar to side by side proofing than standalone printing. The best approach is really to choose a different sort of paper, one with a white point that is more similar to what it's being compared to. Another might be to use absolute appearance intent (-taa) and fiddle the destination viewing condition white point, as Klaus suggested. (ie. use the white point of the other paper). [Argyll's perceptual intent is intended to make the best use of the gamut of the output medium in a standalone viewing situation. Making it sort of look like some other medium, but not quite, is not something I've allowed for, and possibly falls into the "creative tweaking" category. ] Graeme Gill.