I’ve always assumed my calibration was correct. I use an Optix XR (purchased @ chromix) with the Pro software, calibrate to D50, gamma 2.2 and a white point around 125cd/m2 (black at 0.25). I set the monitor white point using the RGB controls in the OSD. I get an average delta-e of 1.2 when evaluating the generated profile in the Optix software.
What makes me question it now is I’ve always had problems with flesh tones – too saturated, strange color, etc. I traced some of this problem to my camera and corrected it with the Adobe DNG Profile editor. But recently I received a test print from ACI Lab and compared it to the digital image and the digital image looks nearly identical except for the skintone – the lady’s face is saturated to the point of looking orange. The print shows fairly neutral skintone (perhaps just a less saturated version of my monitor’s interpretation).
Can someone explain what may be going on and how to fix it if necessary?