I'm not sure why this was resurrected ...Originally Posted by laser
Yes, I know all that. My concern was that the SCAN agreed, reasonably, with the original print.
My strategy was to scan the original grey card; and to compare that scan with the image of that grey card as photographed and scanned. If there was close correlation, I could be fairly sure that I was "pretty good" close. If not, I could set up "correction values" to use in modifying the scanned image to get "pretty close".
My MAJOR concern lies in the "analog" color print, not the image on the scanner. At the same time, it would be ideal if any and all of my images appeared to be "correct" on every monitor everywhere ... but I will NOT bust my buns trying to make it so, realizing that I have *no* control over all the monitors out there.
Hope this clarifies things.