Hi, this is my first post. I use os x 10.9 and I have a Canon MX920 series scanner/printer. I use the scanner flatbed to capture images of fabric (cotton, polyester fleece, etc) for product images. When I scan fabrics, in many cases the colors as presented on-screen look drastically different than the colors of the fabric under natural light. My customers require accurate color representation. I have calibrated my monitor (macbook pro) using the built in System Preferences -> Displays -> Color -> Calibrate tool. I chose the expert mode where one must adjust the slides for brightness and so forth. My problem persists. As I understand it (which is not very well) I could fix the images ad-hoc using, say, photoshop. I do have photoshop available. But I have hundreds of scans to capture and that doesn't strike me as efficient. I have done some reading and discovered that with the appropriate software, one can calibrate a scanner by scanning an IT8 target and recording the discrepancies in the color representation, creating a "profile" of a scanner. That sounds like exactly what I need, but I'm uncertain what product someone with my limited requirements should be looking at. I've looked briefly at both VueScan and SilverFast. I admit that it is difficult for me as a non-photographer to see through all the detail and find the simplest, most economical product suitable for merely profiling my scanner so I can capture the correct colors. Am I missing some native app that will do this one thing? If not, what product do you recommend I get, given my seemingly basic requirements? Also, is there a more sophisticated way to calibrate my monitor that you would recommend in my situation? Thank you, in advance, for your help! EDIT: Of course, if there's another forum I should take my questions to, please advise. Thanks.