Thank you, Mike. Same experience as you. Apparently, not available for Android devices, definitely told so about mine.
1. Your photo of Paris waking up is marvelous – the tones, the sharpness so vivid but still realistic rather than overdone, and of course the framed scene, dramatic with lots to explore.
2. ” any matte papers), I can’t emphasize enough the importance of editing tone and color properly under soft proof.” Soft proof is one method; another is getting a feel for a good histogram. Do you think the importance of soft proof varies between Relative with BPC versus Perceptual?
Is this worth consideration for a workaround? Make a .tif of the image converted from the working color space with the paper/printer profile. Set the printer to No Color Adjustment and send the file.
Mark, you don’t like to make a .tif. Understood. But it may be less trouble to make, use, and delete a temporary .tif than to go through the other motions.