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Print Like A Pro! (Cont'd)


FIGURE 3 & PHOTOSHOP


FIGURE 4 – PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS

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In Photoshop go to File > Print With Preview (Figure 3) and in the Source Space (under Color Management) make sure the Document radio button is active. That will show the working space you've previously chosen. In the Profile menu (under Print Space) choose Printer Color Management or Same As Source. They will both give identical results. In Elements, go to File > Print Preview (Figure 4) and for Profile, use the same settings as for Photoshop. In Elements, the Document Source Profile automatically changes depending on the image being displayed.


FIGURE 5

Figure 5
Next click on Print and this menu will come up (Figure 5). We've used an Epson printer as our example, but most others have similar settings. For Media Type, be sure to select the type of paper you're using; that will determine how much ink the printer will lay down. In this case we've chosen Matte. Then choose Automatic and click on Print. That's all there is to it. You can eventually try other printer settings for special effects, but they're really not required to get an good print.

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