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The difference between what I spec on my Apple Studio monitor (Mac OS 12.3.1 and Affinity Photo 1.10.5) consistently yield prints (Canon Pro-2100) about 1/3 stop overexposed. Can someone kindly help me sort out how to achieve results that jibe between my display and my printer output; i.e., what I see onscreen and in my final print?

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Addendum . . . The difference that is apparent to me is better described as seeing less contrast in prints than on my display. Nonetheless, I'm hoping to find a way to accurately and consistently correlate what I see on screen to my prints. I'm pretty sure I'm using the correct ICC profile and that the display brightness is not the culprit. But then again, I'm appealing to you experts out there.

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Addendum #2. I think I've answered my own question, after experimenting with my printer. I've found that I can increase the default contrast. Nevertheless, if anyone wants to add their opinion about a better or alternative way to do this, please let me know. And thanks in advance.

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