I am viewing my digital images through photoshop cs2. Trouble is when I print these images on my r2400 the print is always very much darker. This is causing problems since I cannot be sure what my printed image will look like. Some prints are almost black with very little detail. My printer is one year old and has always had this problem. Hope you can help, since no one has been able to solve this problem yet! Perhaps I should have sent this printer back when I bought it??
One solution that you might try is go to the control panel and look up the printer that you have installed if you have more than one printer hear do not worry you see you may have say a Microsoft document writer all that you should be interested in is the printer that says r2400 this should have a mark to state that it is your main printer if so right click on the printer icon and press properties when this box opens you can tes print or alter the printer details from hear just reset your settings to their original factories settings and print out a test page if all is fine ok if not you may need to replace your printer
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As far as I know there is no tool to directly connect your Adobe CS2 directly to your facebook account, but I could be wrong.
How ever, if you right click on the image you want and choose copy, you can in Photoshop choose file -> new. Use the predefined size. Photoshop opens a empty "window". Now, klick paste, or Ctrl v, and the image is copied to Photoshop for you to edit.
Bare in mind that images from facebook is limited in pixel size, and thus are not great for print.
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.
Hi Lisa The R2400 has the choice of two black inks, MK and PK. One is for Matt printing, the other (called photo black) is for gloss. If the printer has the matt cartridge fitted it only allows suitable options, including paper choice, to be selected. If you change the black cartridge from the MK to the PK one, you should then have the choice of gloss paper. Rich
i think you have a corrupted driver- you have to uninstall driver first
1. Double click on the MAC HARD DRIVE. 2. Double click on the LIBRARY folder. 3. Double click on the PRINTERS folder. 4. Drag the EPSON folder to the trash can.
Go to print and fax and delete the printer name as well
Restart the Mac. (You do not need to empty the trash.) If you have not done so already, please follow the steps below to download the latest driver for your printer in OSX:
1. Go to the following website: http://support.epson.com 2. Under the PRINTERS heading select INK JETS and then the Stylus Photo R2400. 3. Under the DRIVERS & DOWNLOADS section select MACINTOSH. 4. Select and download the following file for your operating system
which mac are you using? tiger ot leopard? intel core or powerpc?
search "plug" to find "P2_NEFPlugin_En.pdf" in the
NikonPictureProjectReferenceManual folder. You should have copied this
manual to your HD from your PictureProject CD when you installed
D40x NEF Photoshop Plugin -
file: "Nikon NEF Plugin LE.8bi"
Search Windows for "*.8bi"
These two plugins can be found at C:\Program Files\Nikon\PictureProject
Follow these instructions for (taken from the above reference manual)
**Note: before you uninstall PictureProject back up all of you NEF files.
"Installing the Nikon NEF Plug-in
Photoshop plug-ins are included with PictureProject: a Nikon NEF Plugin
LE plug-in for viewing RAW images, and a Nikon YCC TIFF plug-in for
viewing YCbCr-TIFF images (in Windows, these fi les have the extension
“*.8bi”). These plug-ins can be used with Adobe Photoshop Elements
version 2.0 or later and with Adobe Photoshop version 6.0 or later
(Windows) or 7.0 or later (Macintosh). Both plug-ins are copied to the
PictureProject application folder when PictureProject is installed (in
the Macintosh version, the plug-ins are copied
to the “File formats” folder in the PictureProject application folder).
If a copy of Photoshop is detected at installation, the plug-ins will
also be copied to the Photoshop plug-ins folder. Users who install
Photoshop after installing PictureProject should fi rst uninstall
PictureProject, and then reinstall PictureProject when installation of
Photoshop is complete."
After you open the RAW NEF picture file in Photoshop save it in lossless .psd format for further editing.