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Canon Pro9500 ICC Profiles for Epson Papers

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UPDATE
I was unable to properly profile Epson Lustre or Premium Matte Papers

Personal Project

canon pro9500 300x222 - Canon Pro9500 ICC Profiles for Epson Papers
Canon Pixma Pro 9500I've printed the color charts for a couple of 5 star Epson papers that I plan to profile tomorrow for the Pro9500.

– Ultra Premium Presentation Paper Matte
– Ultra Premium Photo Paper Luster

If anyone wants to try out my ICC profiles for these papers, drop me an email and I’ll send them off when I’m finished on Sunday.

I’m also redoing the profile for the Canon Fine Art Matte paper. Canon’s profile is horrible for me. I’ll do the profile to eliminate the 35mm margin Canon requires for the fine art papers. If anyone wants this profile as well, just let me know.

I’d be curious to know if others had success with my profiles.

cr

17 responses to “Canon Pro9500 ICC Profiles for Epson Papers”

  1. hey, i’m printing a portfolio on that printer and paper. mind sending over that profile you created?
    thanks

  2. I found this thread and hopefully someone can help. It is October 14, 2009 and I just bought a new Canon PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II printer. A good friend of mine suggested Epson ultra premium luster paper so I bought a pack to try. Little did I know I can’t seem to find the profile for the Epson paper for my printer. Can anyone help me find the profile that I need to download for my printer? I use Photoshop CS4 and Lightroom 2 for printing if that matters at all.

    Thanks in advance,

    Tim

  3. Hi guys,

    I realize this may not be your exact intentions but you seem to be very knowledgeable with all things printing and I’m hoping you can help. I have a canon Pixima ip3500 and am having a heck of a time eliminating the margins. No matter what I try it leaves a small boarder around my prints. I have changed the margin settings in both photoshop, word and printer control panel options. In all of these places I have set them to zero.
    My last guess is this. I am printing on a 5×7 card that has slightly wavy edges around all of its sides… perhaps the printer detects “blank spots” in the page and determines that it needs to auto margin in order to avoid wasting ink by spraying into empty space? I am attempting to do some fancy wedding invitations here and this hiccup is killing me!
    Any suggestions or input? I see you guys talking about printer paper profiles.. do i need to try and track one down?

    any help is appreciated!

    thanks

  4. I am having the exact same issue. I purchased a Canon iPF6100 and I was talked into Epson Luster paper. I can’t find a profile. did you find a solution?

  5. Greetings

    I see you have owned a Pro9500 about as long as I have. It’s been great for me. I sell prints at the local gallary, and everyone loves the look. I’m thrilled with the color accuracy on PPP semi-gloss.

    I really wanted a more matte look than semi-gloss for wildlife. Like you, I tried the Fine Art Matte and was not impressed with the color. Not sure if matte would be too flat anyways, but there is no Canon luster paper. And I hate the fine art boarders and limited sizes, though limited palette prints and BW are incredible on Museum Etching.

    If you have had success with any of your Fine Art profiles, I would appreciate trying them, esp. to eliminate boarders. I would be glad to post my thoughts afterwards. If you think the UPPP Luster would be a nice look for wildlife, I would give it a try. I hear a lot of good things about it.

    Thanks!

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