Due to being new to color management, I’ve been looking into profiling a press. I’ve been told that you should have your press match your proof. (Now from what I understand, since there color gamuts are larger on a proof setter than on a press, its almost impossible to match a press to a proof). I’ve also been told the opposite, which is to have your proof match your press. (In order to do so, you would have to get your press to a good gray balance, and then plug in the profile from the press into your proofer. This will give a good representation of what the “proof” will look like on press). Since these two methods are different, I was wondering if there is anyone who can inform me on which is the “true” way to profile and get a good match between a proof and a press sheet.