The Eye-One Photo package comes with Eye-One Match which will allow you to profile your scanner, monitor, printer and camera. ProfileMaker is a more costly package ($2,000 - $3,000 depending on options) that gives you more control over the profiles you generate, such as creating profiles for different lighting conditions and generating custom printer test charts as well as a lot of other tools for working with profiles.
thanks for the answer. Probably a really dumb question, but why would you want to generate profiles for different lighting conditions? Is that because you would be viewing them in different lighting conditions, maybe like an art gallery, vs an arena, or a subway? Does that mean you must measure the light that you want to display it in? What profile does the printer then produce for just the average print, 5500 temp? Also, why generate custom printer charts? Is this for working with custom programs? It sounds like it is meant for a high end pro that runs into different situations, is this correct?
Thanks for your replies, it really helped me in the basic understanding right off the bat.