Thank you, the info. you provided, it did help. I have been trying to print and the pics are printing darker than what they look like in photoshop. Any suggestions? Answer:
Yes, this challenge is not uncommon when printing. Often the printer does not give you what you see on your monitor. (Please take the Photo 285 class to learn how to get better results.) 🙂
Here is a link to a video of suggestions you can do to brighten your prints.
I am in desperate need of help!!!!! I am having a hard time figuring out a few things. I have Photoshop Elements 10 and an Epson Workforce 845 printer. Not sure which printer to pick for color settings…..from the drop down list…..you have US web coated swap v2? Do I pick Epson? Also you have ‘relative colormetric’ but You tube video said ( for elements 9 ) use perceptual? UGH…….any help would be sooooooo much appreciated!!! And yes, I waited too long to start printing….I know…you warned us that it would take longer than what we think.
OK, let’s see what we got here.
Here is a link to a quick video on what to look out for with each:
To answer your questions directly…
You want to pick the Epson 845 printer from your printer options list.
You may use either relative or perceptual and be just fine! 🙂 (Absolute and the other one are for graphics printing, not photos.)
Good luck with your printing! I have faith you can pull this off!