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Heavy post processing effect on printout
I'm going to be manipulating images (CS2) from basic color adjustment layers and b&w conversions but also want to pursue compositing images into a final print.
Print size targets are 8X10 minumum up to 11X14.
Images will be digitally captures as hi-res jpegs. RAW not an option.
Are my final print sizes realistic without displaying artifacts, etc?
What, in addition to a properly captured initial image, can I do in PS to maintain a high final print quality ?
Thanks for your help.
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