06-11-2017 06:15 AM
06-11-2017 07:08 AM
Printed on correct side, it is easy to tell. Paper was meant for bubble jet printer circa 1997, but better than copy paper for testing. Went to canon site, they of course listprofiles for currentpapaers and printers, not this.
06-11-2017 08:40 AM - edited 06-11-2017 08:43 AM
I would also double check your monitor calibration. Then go to files Windows> system32>spool>drivers>color and find the monitor calibration profile you just created, right click and install. Color Munki should be diving this automatically, but it's always good to check. I use a PC, not sure where the monitor profile is kept on a Mac.
06-11-2017 09:01 AM
It's important to verify that your desired display profile is being used, but it sounds like you are not getting a good match between the display and print.
The Pro-100 is capable of great prints. I'm not sure what else to suggest. You could eliminate a variable by getting a pack of Canon Luster Photo Paper and try that since it has a known profile. If that doesn't give a good print with the Outback test image maybe it's a printer problem and you can pursue an exchange with Canon.
06-11-2017 09:11 AM - edited 06-11-2017 09:12 AM
Thanks jrhoffman. I've never used a Mac.
06-11-2017 10:56 AM
"You could eliminate a variable by getting a pack of Canon Luster Photo Paper and try that since it has a known profile."
Do this before wasting any more ink. You may just have a faulty profile and very easy to correct.
06-12-2017 03:48 PM
I know I've beaten this topic to death. However, thought I would post images from downloaded test pattern, saved as jpg and copy of same pattern printed on Pixma Pro 100, then scanned as jpg. Note the color shift in reds in gamut bars as well as shift in magentas in rgb squares. I also had these images printed at costco, who reproduced accurately what I saw on monitor and print!
Printed and scanned image: