basically, my issue is this: I want to be able to print true-to-screen pictures... e.g., if I get a picture of a rose and I make everything greyscale except the flower itself, I want the print to be as though I printed on greyscale, but the colored part to use colored inks, rather than being an either/or situation (short of isolating and deleting either or portion and printing in two sessions the relevant portions of the image on the same sheet of paper)
is it possible? do all modern home printers do this (I mean, I'm sure all old printers could do this for text, black text with colored headings always looked normal, but apparently not for images...?)
have I just been mislead? I know my current Brother printer only does what I've described, meaning I'd have to go to a lab to get the proper result.