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Printing to 13x9 A3+ on Canon Pixma Pro-100

 
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Mar 11, 2018 20:30 |  #1

Hi all-

I am trying to print a picture to a 13x19 A3+ ProLuster paper on my Pixma Pro-100 from Photoshop CC. When I set the pagesize and image size to A3+ and 'fit to page' or any other page layout, the picture wants to print only a portion of the image. See below images. Any ideas or help would be appreciated.

The entire image I am trying to print is in the next post....

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Mar 11, 2018 20:31 |  #2

Full image.


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Mar 11, 2018 21:55 |  #3

It's a long time since I printed in Ps, I always print using Lr these days. Anyway I suspect that you have the image set to 72 PPI. IIRC the print layout in Ps takes the resolution setting into account, and a 18MP image at 72 PPI is going to be in the region of 70" on the long edge. I know the fit to page option ought to sort it out, but I have noticed that sometimes the settings don't always seem to play correctly with what Ps is doing.

So I would just change the resolution to 300 PPI, in the Image size tool, just make sure that resample is off when you make the change.

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Mar 12, 2018 11:50 as a reply to  @ BigAl007's post |  #4

Thanks BigAl007. That seems to have done the trick!


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