On Mac OS, the Print Window is essentially a framework that contains both the operating system print settings as well as the actual printer driver settings. This document discusses the printer driver settings.
There are four pop-up menus in the Print Window. The first menu indicates which printer is selected and the second allows you to select and save presets. Finally, the third lets you change paper size and the fourth lets you access tabs containing settings for various features.
Now it's necessary to do a little hunting. Find the settings that allow you to choose your paper type, change print quality, and turn OFF Printer Color Management (since Photoshop managing color).
Unfortunately every printer driver seems to use different terminology and layout for their settings.
- Canon—Canon has “Quality & Media” and “Color Options”.
- Epson—With newer Epson drivers, look for “Print Settings” and “Printer Color Management”.
- HP—HP drivers show “Color Options” and “Image Quality”.
Once you find the settings for your particular printer, make the following changes: