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Dennis Bungay
Printing Problem
on Jun 1, 2005 at 3:09:28 pm

Hi I have a great image file the color is perfectly great in my MAC OSX using the cinema display monitor and i want to print it, im using adobe photoshop CS but when im outputing it into my epson 1290 printer using a photo paper the color in the printer did not match in my screen. Is there any way can i fix this problem thanks..

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Elad Menashe
Re: Printing Problem
on Jun 1, 2005 at 4:51:41 pm

I'm not sure
maybe you can check and print a sample of CMYK squears to check that you hot them right and neither of the colors ran out

Other than that there are calibration methods I'm not really sure of and are specific for each printer (and also they usually not found in regular home printers)

I would've search google with: calibration
Hope this somewhat helps

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Re: Printing Problem
on Jun 2, 2005 at 6:00:44 am

This is somewhat akin to asking "What's wrong with my golf swing?"

But, a quick test is to save your image in RGB as a TIFF and one as an EPS. Are you printing directly from Photoshop? Your color settings preferences will affect your output.

Can you place the image inside another program like InDesign, Quark, Pagemaker etc?

Many household ink jet printers print better color when the source file is an RGB tiff.

Give it a whril and see.

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