Do you have an example?
There are a number of variables here. Let's start witht he photo that you captured. Does it have accurate colors (e.g. did you use a color chart)?
No I did not use a color chart. Both the camera and printer were new purchases & I was in the return window. So to make sure that hardware was good, I created a collage of 4 photos from iPhone, that had good range of colors (red, blue, yellow, green, orange & purple). Printing direct from camera or iPhone the colors match to what iPhone screen showed. DDP photo did not. I know that there can be competing color mgt with a PC, I’m thinking I didn’t have all the settings correct to use the canon color profile & the DPP program as the manager.
The first panel on the left is same as what I did. The second panel on the right…when I click on ICM, I only have “Input Profile” and “Rendering Intent”. I do not have the middle box of “Printer Profile”. Downloaded latest version of DPP 4.17.20 and still missing that box.
Where my left panel shows Pro-100 exactly what does your say?
Are you using Canon paper? If so, select Driver Matching.
1. Can you post a sample file to Dropbox or One Drive so I can test?
2. Try selecting “None” and then choose the paper profile in the next window.
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