WPPI 2019: Printing with Canon imagePROGRAF Printers


Photographers, professional and enthusiasts alike, are familiar with brand loyalty. Passions run deep in the photographic community when it comes to what is in your bag. For Canon shooters, that loyalty extends to the print—the final destination for the best images. For those wielding other brands of cameras and lenses, one stop at the Canon and B&H Photo displays at WPPI will have you wondering if the beautiful prints can only be achieved by the trifecta of a Canon camera, lens, and Canon imagePROGRAF printer, or, will that Canon printer be gentle to your Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, Panasonic, or Leica files, as well?

Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000 Professional Photographic Large-Format Inkjet Printer

Of course they will! Duh! The prints on display at WPPI are simply stunning and are, by far, the best representatives of the Canon printer sales team. You have to see them in person to experience the depth and quality of the prints and the textures of the Canon paper. Or, buy your own printer and start clearing wall space at your house... and your family’s homes.... and your friends’ apartments!

Proof of the quality of these printers can be seen as they are being employed at renowned photography schools such as the International Center of Photography, in New York City.

Also of interest to many wedding and portrait photographers, the tiny and super-portable Canon IVY Mini Mobile Printers are growing in popularity with today’s ever mobile and instant-gratification society. If you like printing your client’s photos on different types of card stock and craft papers, for that extra special touch, check out the Canon Pixma TS9521C Wireless All-in-One Craft Printer.

Canon Pixma TS9521C Wireless All-In-One Craft Printer

And, of course, to prevent the spontaneous combustion of your non-Canon camera, just be careful not to tell it what kind of machine will be doing the printing.