I had encountered this problem before. Then I exported the file as JPEG and printed from there on.
But now it really bothers me what adobe is doing.
I am creating a birthcard. There for I designed the background (in indesign with simple lines & circles). Photo with ribbon I designed in photoshop. The circle pattern around the picture is also in Indesign.
Whenever I print this file from indesign I get really wierd stains on my Photoshop part of the document. You can verify this in the attachment.
If I export this and print from there, the stains are nowhere to be seen.
Is this some weird setting that I have looked over? The Photoshop document is in CMYK format.
This is the export file:
This is the scanned, printed file (increased contrast)
This has helped. Thank a bunch!
But why does Photoshop or Indesign do this? I have not used vectors in my Photoshop file...