I had no issue with my printer Canon MG5450 when I was on PC using directly the printer software of Canon. But now that I am on Mac, Canon does not provide updated softwares compatible with IOS. And here I am with my problem: when I print pictures with a high contrast, the printing through Lightroom is good excepted for high contrast pics where I get those stripes in the contrasted areas of the picture. Any idea?
Thanks for your help thedigitaldog. The only thing I have done so far was to compare between printing through lightroom Classic and skipping lightroom , ie printing directly through the driver/software of my printer. The result is that I have no stripes but the quality of the colours is quite bad compared to what I have through lightroom. So this seems not to be a problem with my printer though not recent, but more a problem with the settings in Lightroom. But which one? I have tried different things, but no improvement. I wonder if this has something to do with Photoshop as the pic I am referring to was first processed through Ps. I did not change the standard settings...
Also, if anyone in the community uses an ink printer for professional pictures, using Ps and LrC on mac, I would be glad to know more on the brand/type, etc ... In case I would need to change mine.
Beings you were happy with your prints from the Canon MG5450 than I would think you would be very happy with the Canon Pixma Pro 200. I use the Pixma Pro 100 which the Pro 200 replaced late last year. Its not multifunction but it produces great prints and works great with LrC.