Printing from Photoshop with Russell Brown

Russell Brown, Adobe’s Mad Scientist and top creative dude, has a great Web site full of videos, tips and actions related to the world of Photoshop.

On his Photoshop Tips and Tricks page, under the “Photoshop CS3 Tutorials” heading, Russell recently posted a number of screencasts for getting the best prints from Photoshop CS3 on the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 (direct link to Quicktime movie), Canon Pixma Pro 9500 (link) and HP Photosmart Pro B9180 (link) printers. The tutorials are fairly short and include instructions for both Windows and Mac systems.

By Rick LePage

Rick LePage was formerly the editor in chief of MacWEEK and Macworld magazines, was one of the cofounders of the MacInTouch newsletter. He has been covering digital printmaking and photography since its inception.

2 replies on “Printing from Photoshop with Russell Brown”

Good stuff but I have an older Epson 2200 and the drivers are different. Anyone have a quick lesson on printing from LR or CS3 on the Mac OSX 10.5.3?

I use a Mac Pro(intel chip) and I use Aperture and NIK for my photo editing. Where can I get indepth info on how to best setup my Epson 3800 for this workflow? I haven’t moved to Snow Leopard yet, still waiting for Epson to write a driver for the 3800.

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