edmund ronald wrote:
I wasn't asking you, who are a specialist doing proofing; I was asking the OP who appears to be a photographer doing fine art work.
Edmund, nowhere did the OP (Terry Ritz) specify what the end use was, nor did the post from Don Craig that you responded to. So you can't assume that it is or is not photography, or even one and not the other. Now proofing tends to be the most critical use because there is a reference print to objectively and visually match to, but I hardly think that it's unjustifiable that some Photographers aspire to produce the best possible prints as well. Graeme Gill.