Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing from Photoshop, part of Photoshop CS6: Optimal Output.
For many photographers, the print is the ultimate way to share an image. …And so once you've taken the time to optimize an image, and to prepare it for …output, by flattening it for example, and re-sizing it and sharpening it, you're …ready to print that photo. But it's very, very important to use the …right settings, and this is where most photographers run into difficulty. …In terms of not being able to produce a print that matches what they see on their display. …More importantely, not being able to produce a consistent and predictable …result in their prints. It all starts with the Print dialog in Photoshop.…
Let's take a look at the settings that are so critical to producing great …results when you're printing a photo. So I'll go ahead and choose File, and …then Print from the menu. That will bring up the print dialog …where we can establish our basic print settings. …Right from the start I'll establish which printer I'm actually printing with. …In this case an Epson Stylus Pro 3880. You can see that I can adjust the number …
- Getting started with color management
- Early-workflow sharpening
- Output preparation
- When not to sharpen
- Advanced sharpening techniques
- Printing a photo
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Color Management
2. Early Workflow Sharpening
In-camera sharpening2m 27s
3. Output Preparation
4. Advanced Sharpening Techniques
5. Printing a Photo
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