In most computer applications, getting the best quality prints is usually a simple matter of clicking the Print button. The truth is, in general, the higher end the software (and the printer), the more difficult it is to get the best results. That’s especially true when printing high-resolution photos from thepremier image editing and enhancement application, Adobe Photoshop.
While in Photoshop, you certainly can just open the Photoshop Print Settings panel (File > Print), and then click Print, but chances are very good that you won’t get the desired results. While working with large photo files, there are many different scenarios based on everything from the image’s color model, or color space, to its resolution and display size versus its physical, or print, size to contend with.
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