calibrating screen resolution
to determine "print size" in adobe photoshop
TUTORIAL #6 [VIDEO 6:10]
If you view an image using the "Print Size" option provided by Photoshop, is what you see actually the print size?
Probably not, because most users are unaware that they need to take some steps to correct the issue. For this reason client's receiving low resolution, so called 'soft' proofs for 'on-screen' viewing, were previously advised to look at the images at 100% on a PC or 200% on a Mac (due to the superior screen resolution of the Mac) to get a "rough" idea of how the print would look close up. Until now that is, just watch this short video and problem solved...
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