I've been asked by a clothing company if I could help them. They adjust their photos they make for their catalog on a monitor that's calibrated to 5800K. They get a good match between the screen and their printed proofs. They use Adobe RGB as their working space, and then convert this to ISO Coated v2 print profile.
But then they go back to their Adobe RGB files, convert this to sRGB and view the files on a monitor profiled to match sRGB specs. They understand that the whites will be different because of the different color temperature of the monitors, but they complain of the change of the colors, especially the light colors. I can of course readjust the images so that they will look better, but as they use a lot of images that's a lot of extra work. Can I convert the images in any way so I would get a better match between print and web?