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Is it possible to take screenshot without color profile applied?

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The result of "screencapture" command depends on chosen display color profile. Is it possible to get screenshot as is? I didn't manage to find a way to turn off display color profile, like it can be done in Windows. Is it possible in OSX? Or is there any "transparent" profile, that does not change colors?
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