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Have to disagree. ICC profile is just that -the pixel values. It will have no idea about the thikness and the surface of the paper. What yoou're turning off in the printer driver is color management, but not the paper selection. This and the print quality needs to be set according to paper manufacturer's instruction
I agree with Vlad.
I use the Classic Pearl on my iP5000, and yes you turn off the printer doing color management, yes you use the ICC profile in PS print management, but if you go out to the Ilford website they will actually tell you all the other settings you need to make in the Canon printer properties. Screen shots and everything.
You can then save those PRINTER settings as a PRINTER profile. So you choose your ICC profile in PS and then select the printer profile. And the settings are different depending upon which paper you are using. Ilford Smooth Gloss, Classic Pearl, Smooth Fine Art all have different settings for the printer. I also use Moab, Epson, Canon and Inkpress papers. While some do have the same settings, I just save a new printer profile for each paper. Easier to keep track of.