Saving for print


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Saving for print

Once you've prepared and image for printing using a typical outlook workflow that involves making a copy of your master image. Flattening it in the process resizing it and sharpening it your ready to print the image. Sometimes I'II simply print that derivative image keeping the master image safely stored on my hard drive, but then closing the derivative image without saving it. In other cases, I'll save the derivative image so that, for example, I can print it very easily again in the future at the same size with all the same settings. Or so I can send that image to someone else to be printed or used in a project. In those cases I'll want to save the image with quality in mind and for that I typically use the TIFF file format.

I've already prepared this image for output, I've resized the image in this case to a relatively small print size. I've also sharpened the image so I'm ready to save it so I can send it to someone else. I'll go ahea...

Saving for print
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Saving for print provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Quick Start for Photographers

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