How to Print from the New Photoshop CS6 to Epson Printers

Printing to an Epson Stylus Pro with Photoshop CS6 350x217 How to Print from the New Photoshop CS6 to Epson PrintersAs noted yesterday here at the LexJet Blog, Adobe officially released its latest Creative Suite, CS6. Photoshop CS6 has a bevy of new features designed to improve and supplement the photo editing workflow.

New features include: Content-Aware Patch, Mercury Graphics Engine, new Blur Gallery, new Crop Tool, preset migration and sharing, Adaptive Wide Angle, Background Save, Auto Recovery, Adobe Camera RAW 7, Content-Aware Move, Scripted Patterns, and a whole lot more. Click here to see all the new features and what they do.

And, as with all new software releases, the new version will change your print workflow slightly. So, our technical guru and video producer, Sean McGettigan, has put together a series of videos to show you the new print process in Photoshop CS6.

Yesterday, Sean went through the printing process from Photoshop CS6 to Canon iPF inkjet printers. Today, he shows us the process with Epson printers for Mac and PC, in that order, in the videos embedded below. As always, if you have any questions about printing through Photoshop CS6 or anything else in the print workflow, contact a LexJet account specialist at 800-453-9538. We’re here to help…

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Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past 17 years as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene. He is tasked with providing relevant and educational content to LexJet customers utilizing the wisdom of LexJet’s expert staff who share the unique and innovative ways they’ve found to help their customers.

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  1. Ernst Solon says:

    can I print from CorelDraw 15 or 16, if so please send Video, thank you.

    • Regan Dickinson says:

      It should be no different printing from Corel than it would if you were printing to a desktop inkjet printer. Just choose the printer when you go to File>Print. However, if you have an HP large format printer you’ll need to have an HP PostScript printer.

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