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Printing colours

Printing colours

Printing colours

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I use PSP7 a lot.  I've got Photoshop as well, but only use it for a few limited things.  However, I do find I need to print in it, as it seems to be far better at getting the colours right.

I guess this is because of the Adobe Gamma correction software.  If I print in PSP I get really dark prints.

I'd rather use the Pro, any ideas?

RE: Printing colours

Don't take what I say as 100% accurate but, I don't think there is really a lot you can do with colour management for printing in PSP.  You are pretty much limited to what is available with your print driver (in printer settings).

Photoshop is designed for printing high quality stuff for graphic designers so I guess that this is the reason why there is a difference.

hey ho, eh?

=)

PetitPal.

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