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Jan 25, 2014 21:51 |  #1

I am trying to getting the Maximum print setting out of Mac version of Photoshop CC and my Canon Pro-1. Canon Easy Photo plugin will NOT work with Photoshop CC.

I have contacted Canon and they have told me that will not be updating it to work with Photoshop CC, and I like to get best setting when printing.


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Jan 26, 2014 07:21 |  #2

We had 9500II and now we have Pro-100 and Pro-1. All are excellent ink jets. We use LR on our Macs that run Mavericks. We do the editing, go to the print module, select the printer, select the ICC profile for the paper we want to use, set the image size...etc. and hit print.

What do you mean by maximum print setting or best setting? If you use the ICC profile for the paper you are using, what more do you want to do via the printer?


BTW never use the drivers and software on the printer CDs. Download the latest from the Canon site. The only thing I used was the driver and the Canon network tool as I hook the printers up via ethernet, not USB.




  
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Jan 26, 2014 07:28 |  #3

I also have no idea what you mean by "maximum print setting"?

Are you referring to dpi/ppi or am I guessing wrong here?


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Jan 26, 2014 13:25 |  #4

What I was trying to say is that have many variables in Photoshop when you want to print, I want to know which setting are best when I am trying to get the most out of my printer Canon pro-1.


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Jan 27, 2014 05:19 |  #5

With my Epson R2880 I can go as low as 180 dpi if need be without loosing any quality, but normally use no less than 200dpi to be on the safe side. So assuming a 10" x 8" print, that's a minimum of 2000 x 1600 pixels. Going to something like A3+, the pixel size of the image needs to be 19" x 13" so the pixel size of the image should be at least 3800 x 2600.

You should also have software that your printer can refer to that makes the best of whatever paper you use, these small files can be downloaded from the manufacturers sites normally.

And if in doubt, I often print off a 4 x 6 sample, so I can see if there's anything I've forgotten.


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