Did you check with the printer to see what they want from you?
no i don`t check yet because of the weekend.I call them on Monday
I think i stay with the TIFF,as long as i have transparency and CMYK color space
i`m in the right place.
psd supports transparency.
But if there is type involved any pixel based file format seems like a bad choice.
Why do you need transparency anyway when you print on some particular paper?
Because the paper have color and texture..is like "marble"..
i call my print shop tomorrow,i think i stay to TIFF [i already save the transparency in tiff]
thanks for your help.
But the actual paper’s properties will affect the transparent and solid areas alike, won’t they?
Unless you print an additional white color underneath.