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AuthorSubject: PS portfolio printing w/ logo, type & PMS colors   [Go to Bottom of Page]
H. Mark Weidman
Posted on Fri Nov 28, 2003 6:09 PM

I have before me the huge challenge of printing newly designed portfolios. For the past six years I have printed previous versions of my books using Photoshop. The new portfolios were designed in Quark, and include 4C images, my logo (in a PMS) color, limited type, and select "bands" of color (also PMS colors). It may be easier to show this than to explain it, so if anyone is interested please go to the following URL on my web site where you will see two sample spreads.

http:/www.weidmanphoto.com/WEIDMANPORTFOLIOSAMPLE/index.html

I do not have a RIP, so expected I need to introduce the logo, type and PMS color treatment into PS. Friend have made several suggestions, including saving the Quark file as a Quark EPS file, then opening it in PS. Someone else suggested I do not need a RIP, but can print from Quark successfully (using high res TIFF files for the photos) and have better control over the PMS colors. Someone else suggested I look into InDesign, since it may be more compatible with my PS photo files.

I am anxious to hear what the folks on this Forum have to suggest. I am looking for the most efficient way to print these portfolios. I have PS7, Quark 4 (rarely use it and am not that experienced with it) and would be willing to buy InDesign if that is the consensus. I print on
an Epson 2200 on Hahnemuhle German Etching.

Mark Weidman APA New York

H. Mark Weidman Photography
mailto:mark@weidmanphoto.com
http://www.WeidmanPhoto.com


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