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Old January 26th, 2020 Jan 26, 2020 12:06:20 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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I have a photo in photoshop that I am trying to print. I enlarged the photo to 12*18. I first printed it out on a wf7720. There are lines running up and down (vertical). I was told the printer had a problem. I bought a wf7710. Put the ink that came with the printer. I tested the print. Same thing. vertical lines. It has to be with the print settings or photoshop. Please help. I can not figure it out.
 
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print settings

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print settings

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Document size super b 13*19
portrait
high quality plain paper
color correction custom no adjustment
high speed is not checked
mirror image is checked
resolution is 270.515
width is 12.125in * height is 18.217in
3280px*4928px
That is all I know. thanks for the help. I tried a different picture 12*18 did the same thing. something is not set right.
 
 
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that looks ok

i wonder if photoshop is not over-riding your settings somewhere,
or there is a layer within your image in photoshop that is causing this

try printing a colorful image from anything other than photoshop
 
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that looks ok

i wonder if photoshop is not over-riding your settings somewhere,
or there is a layer within your image in photoshop that is causing this

try printing a colorful image from anything other than photoshop
I did it in Lightroom. Same thing.
 
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It may be the algorithm Photoshop used to enlarge your picture. Try selecting a different algorithm or enlarge your picture outside of Photoshop using something like https://letsenhance.io
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Default Re: anding lines in photo

if you zoom in very close are the lines visible on your screen?
 
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It may be the algorithm Photoshop used to enlarge your picture. Try selecting a different algorithm or enlarge your picture outside of Photoshop using something like https://letsenhance.io
photoshop's native enlarger aint great, for desktop use i like these free image enlargers:
- reshade
- smilla
- a sharper scaling
 
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if you zoom in very close are the lines visible on your screen?
I zoomed in and the lines are not there.
 
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Default Re: anding lines in photo

Can you attach an image of the print with the banding?
 
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I zoomed in and the lines are not there.
well, that is progress
sounds like it is a settings issue

i know i get banding issues on epson desktop printer when the quality was set low,
but your epson settings are good

is this a single layer image, if not, try flattening before printing?

are you using an icc, and what are your color management settings settings?

have you tried printing from a non-adobe product yet?

like webtrekker said, post your image and others can print it and check it

- click 'Go Advanced' under the quick reply box under the last post in a thread
- scroll down a bit and click 'Manage Attachments'
- then add your image/files, click 'Upload' and click the 'Close this Window' in the upper right corner

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