Print from Lightroom CC to Epson Printers

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Print

1) Click on the Print module - Fig.1

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2) Expand the Print Job section - Fig.2

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3) Select Printer in the Print to menu - Fig.3

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4) Uncheck Draft Mode Printing - Fig.4

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5) Check Print Resolution: 300 ppi (usually the standard) - Fig.5

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6) Uncheck Print Sharpening - Fig.6

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7) Uncheck 16 Bit Output - Fig.7

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8) Expand the Color Management section - Fig.8

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9) Profile: Select Other - Fig.9

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10) Choose paper profile in the window (Include Display Profiles should be left unchecked) - Fig.10

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11) Rendering Intent: Perceptual - Fig.11

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12) Click Print - This will bring up the printer driver dialogue - Fig.12

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13) Choose a printing guide to continue.

Print to File

You can save photos as JPEG files in the Print module for sharing with a print service provider. When you print to JPEG, Lightroom lets you choose a resolution, apply print sharpening, and set the compression quality. You can also specify dimensions of the file and apply an RGB ICC profile and a rendering intent. Fig. 13

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1) In the Print Job panel of the Print module, choose Print To > JPEG File. Fig. 14

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2) Specify a resolution 300dpi or higher. Fig. 15

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3) Specify the amount of Print Sharpening desired. Usually leave this section unchecked. Fig. 16

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4) Specify the amount of compression using the JPEG Quality slider. Usually leave this at 100. Fig. 17

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5) Specify custom file dimensions by selecting Custom File Dimensions and entering values in the width and height fields. Fig. 18

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6) Specify color management options. If you would like to choose one of the printer profiles, choose other and you will have the option to do so. Fig. 19

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7) Specify Print Adjustment options (if you need to do so. We recommend leaving this unchecked) Fig. 20

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8) Click Print to File and choose your destination!