Native Photoshop CS2 Duotones

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by fleemo17, Apr 27, 2006.

  1. fleemo17

    fleemo17 Guest

    It's been a while since I've worked with duotones, but I remember
    having to same them as EPS files and setting screen angles before
    importing them into a page layout application. Now that I'm placing
    native Photoshop CS2 duotone images into InDesign, I'm wondering if I
    still need to go in and set screen angles, and if so, where are these
    settings set?

    Thanks.

    -Fleemo
     
    fleemo17, Apr 27, 2006
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    tacit Guest

    Unless you know what you are doing, and you have experience in prepress,
    and you know exactly how the job will print on press, and you have a
    clear and specific reason why the screen angles must be set in Photoshop
    and not in whatever page layout or illustration program you will be
    using, you should never set screen angles (for duotones or anything
    else) in Photoshop.

    Instead, set the screen angles in the page layout or illustration
    program you'll be placing the image in, at the time you output the job.
     
    tacit, Apr 28, 2006
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