When printing photoshop .jpg only print quality avail. is BEST
Whenever I print jpgs from my photoshop, the print quality is automatically set to 'BEST' and I can't seem to change it to anything other than that (the other qualities are greyed out).
If I make the jpg into a pdf i can print at whatever quality i want - but it's a pain to do this each time.
Does anyone know why it is always coming out as 'BEST' quality when printing a jpg?
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If you can adjust the printer's settings at either the printer's interface or on your computer - go into 'settings'. You'll want to look for something like initial setup or print quality - or possibly print report and this option may come up - but you should try and print an automatically generated alignment page - once printed, they're scanned and adjustments are made by the printer to produce the best images it's capable of. There are going to be other 'tools' such as clean ink cartridges, etc. - good to periodically perform all of those actions - but that 'alignment' page and scanning it should really help you out. All the best.
Actually as you told that you have replaced ink cartridge sometimes ago so with the new ink the effect of primary colors is more and when you print on the high quality the effect of primary color is more. If you are printing the photos with software the try to print it on medium quality, even on low quality, The result will be fine. You can change the setting of printing in any software. After a time while when the ink will be used the result will automatically fine even on High quality.
I hope you have a clear picture in your mind.
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Customize the settings. With a photo open, choose File > Print. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose the printer. For Mac OS X version 10.4 or later, click Advanced. From the same pop-up menu, choose Quality & Media. From the Print Quality menu, choose Automatic or Best.
If you are printing text only, you can create it using wordart in word and then use rotate or flip command to reverse the text. If you are printing a JPG with text, the easiest way will be to use photoshop to edit the image and add text if desired, then use the mirror utility, The picture and text get reversed and the transfer is printed in reverse to become "positive" when you iron it on the Tshirt.
Sounds like your printer is printing in draft mode. I have photoshop and the R2400. When I click on Print with Preview in Photoshop I get a window that sets the print size and so on. Then I get a window that picks the printer so I choose R2400 and the click on the properties button to get the R2400 interface. At that point I choose "Best Photo" to tell it to print at the highest quality.
It sounds like your PC is printing to draft everytime, have you checked your printer settings within Control Panel, Printers? If nothing stands out to you then probably best thing to do is a reinstall of the printer driver, 99% of the time this will sort it.
Go to your printer properties and play around with the options you are given. You may find an option for paper quality: photo paper, print quality in which you can choose from the options from economical to best printing to photo printing. This may solve the highlights and shadows if your printer is set to print regular business copies.
When printing from programs like that, usually the "BEST" option is selected for the print quality.. Try going into the preferences and choosing a lower quality.
If that doesn't help, for Photoshop, you can "save for web and devices", choose PNG and then save to desktop, and use another program to print the file. Or when in the print dialogue, make sure "printer manages colour management"
Not too sure about Iphoto print settings, but there may be something in there.
Whenever you send a file to print from a program a small window shows up. If it shows only
Printer: Drop down menu ARROW
Presets: Drop down menu
Some buttons at the bottom
then click on the ARROW pointing down for more options. That will show more info, including a drop down menu that will allow you to change page settings, printing settings, etc. For example, if you want to change the printing quality, select "Paper Type/Quality" from that drop down menu and new options will show up allowing you to change the settings of the printer.