This whole question of screen to print match has confused me for some years. Like Nill, I have believed you have to match the monitor to the viewing conditions where the print will be displayed. I think now I am starting to see the light (or should that be brightness?)
But based on the above comments, can I conclude that it doesn't matter under what light you view the print in your "booth" (temp and luminosity), as long as it matches your display, the print will look the same no matter where it is displayed (museum, gallery, kitchen or toilet)??
If so, why is it necessary to spend so much money on "booth lighting"? As long as I get a "match" can't I just use a 40W incandescent bulb in a rampant dolphin holder with peacock blue shade (as long as it it shielded from the display?)??
Thanks for any illumination!