For more than 75 years, Canon has been the industry leader in photography products. While many consumers and professionals associate Canon with its high-quality cameras and lenses, the truth is that Canon offers a complete solution, from input to output. A digital imaging workflow shouldn’t stop with putting images on a computer, phone, tablet or website. Whether you plan on selling your prints or displaying them in your home, printing images from a professional inkjet printer should be the final part of this workflow.
In 2012, Canon strengthened its PIXMA Professional Inkjet Printers by launching the PRO-1, PRO-10 and PRO-100. You’ve probably heard of one or all of them, but may not be sure which of them fits your needs.
Have you ever asked yourself the following?
- Which PIXMA Professional Inkjet Printer is right for me?
- What are the differences between the three models?
- Why do my prints look different than what’s on my computer screen?
- How do I print on special media, such as canvas, fine art or third-party paper?
- How does the cost of each print compare to that of a photo lab?
Whether you own a professional camera or a high-end point-and-shoot, printing from a Canon PIXMA Professional Inkjet Printer is simpler than you think, and exceeds the results you desire. Even if you aren’t a Photoshop expert, printing images is simple with Canon’s Print Studio Pro plug-in. You’ll see a live demonstration of this plug-in during the seminar.
You don’t pay someone to take your pictures, so why pay someone to make your prints? Taking control of your printing workflow ensures that you’ll get the results you’re looking for. In quality, prints made with a Canon PIXMA Professional Inkjet Printer exceed those made at a photo lab!
Get ready to see the difference when you print from a Canon PIXMA Professional Inkjet Printer. In both color and detail, your prints will look exactly the way you envisioned them.
does my Cannon MG2900 print double sided?
It does not have an automatic duplex printing option. To print on both sides, you will need to flip the paper manually.
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