Photoshop prints gloss past edge of image

Dec 09, 2020

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Hi folks,

Whenever I print an image through Photoshop, the results consistently include a quarter-inch strip of gloss outside of one edge of the photo.  When I print the same image from Lightroom Classic, I don't have this problem.  Any ideas on how to correct the problem in Photoshop?

Relevant info:  Windows 10 Pro, LR Classic rel. 10.0, Adobe Camera Raw rel. 13.0, Adobe Photoshop rel. 22.0.1.  Epson SureColor P400, Epson Ultra Premium Photo Paper Luster 13"x19", Image dimensions always 11.33"x17".  Gloss overprint is always on the bottom 17" side (landscape) or Right 17" side (Portrait).

I'm on a subscription plan and this problem has persisted through several updates.

Thanks in advance for your time and assistance.

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Photoshop prints gloss past edge of image

Dec 09, 2020

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Hi folks,

Whenever I print an image through Photoshop, the results consistently include a quarter-inch strip of gloss outside of one edge of the photo.  When I print the same image from Lightroom Classic, I don't have this problem.  Any ideas on how to correct the problem in Photoshop?

Relevant info:  Windows 10 Pro, LR Classic rel. 10.0, Adobe Camera Raw rel. 13.0, Adobe Photoshop rel. 22.0.1.  Epson SureColor P400, Epson Ultra Premium Photo Paper Luster 13"x19", Image dimensions always 11.33"x17".  Gloss overprint is always on the bottom 17" side (landscape) or Right 17" side (Portrait).

I'm on a subscription plan and this problem has persisted through several updates.

Thanks in advance for your time and assistance.

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Problem or error, Windows

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