’Tis the season to print your photography, whether it’s a picture you’ll frame, a greeting card, or a calendar, book or other photo-related project you’ll order online.

Since it’s challenging (if not impossible) to print some of this stuff at home, it’s best to leave the printing to pros such as Apple (using iPhoto or the Photos app), services such as mpix.com, your local camera store, or even Costco. The downside is that if you use an image editing app such as Photoshop, Elements, or Lightroom, the colors in your printed pictures may not look like you expect, as you can see from the three versions of the tulip image below.

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