Tips for Prepping Your Photos for Print

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Prepare your photos for print in minutes using ON1 Photo RAW. Using soft proofing you will be able to see how your photo will look on paper when it’s printed. You can also choose different color profiles to help if you are printing on different printers and paper or if a photo lab needs a certain color profile to print from. The gamut warnings will show you all of the colors that won’t translate well onto paper. If you need to adjust any settings, create a version of your photo that you can adjust, rather than modifying your original copy.

Once you have the look you want, head into resize to prepare your photo even further. To resize your photo simply adjust your size control and the Genuine Fractals algorithm will resize your photo to any resolution without removing any of the quality and sharpness of the original shot. Adding sharpness will help your photo stay crisp and detailed throughout the printing process. Use a gallery wrap if you want to print to canvas but make sure the wrap your using doesn’t distract from the photograph itself.

3 comments on “Tips for Prepping Your Photos for Print”

  1. On September 1, 2018 at 1:28 pm Adele Doane wrote:

    Hi Dylan,
    Could you please explain the different sharpening types and in what cases you would choose one over the other? I noticed that you used Progressive, but I have no idea what that actually means.
    Thank you! I’m really enjoying your videos – they are so clear and easy to understand.

  2. On September 2, 2018 at 8:53 pm marc labro wrote:

    hallo,
    1. soft proofing
    I have a Epson SCP-600 and use 13x18cm epson glossy paper.
    how do we add a profile in on1 soft proofing and resize (i see presets on left) ?

    gamut.
    most of the time i have warning because of big softy vignette creating dark colors.
    how do we fix it ? i cannot change my black, vibrance,… because i destroy my image.
    in lightroom i have the same problem, i print and it is not so bad

    2. resize
    you seem to deal with lab printing so you export a jpg
    how do i print on my epson printer ?
    i am still confused with on1 printing which seems a prehistoric interface compared to lightroom
    and still use lightroom to print.

    kind regards
    marc

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