12. Image Storage and Output

I’ve filled the last few hundred pages with techniques for making great-looking images in Adobe Photoshop. What I haven’t done very much yet is look at how to get these images out of Photoshop. Perhaps you’ll be printing your image directly from Photoshop to a photo-quality printer. Or perhaps you’re saving the file to be used in a page-layout application, such as Adobe InDesign or QuarkXPress, or on a Web page. How you save or print your image is determined by what you want to do with it next.

In this chapter you’ll explore two key subjects: how to save your images to disk and how to create printed or online output. Along the way, I’ll also discuss some of the concepts you’ll need to be familiar with in order to ...

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