photo printers

by Cory Rice ·Posted
As a photographer who is borderline neurotic about print quality, “everyday” print jobs have always been a thorn in my side. My office is home to a Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 17" printer and an Epson Stylus Pro 9800 44" printer. While both units produce brilliant, high-quality photographs, neither was designed for practical home office applications or high-volume, small-scale print workflows. Any other poor souls who have found
by Cory Rice ·Posted
If you’ve visited an art museum lately, you probably noticed that contemporary artists have been creating photographic works on an increasingly large scale. With advancements in digital printing, the ability to create massive photographs on practically any surface has become much easier than in the darkroom days. This has led to an explosion of creativity and larger-than-life photographs appearing in myriad forms. For the purpose of this article, “fine art” is used to designate photographs created on unconventional media at a large scale.
by Jill Waterman ·Posted
Conserve space in your home office and travel with ease using the Canon PIXMA TR150 Wireless Portable Printer and optional LK-72 Battery Pack Kit. Designed to fit in bags and backpacks, this lightweight portable printer gives you the option to plug the included USB cable or power cord into an AC outlet or print anytime,
by John Harris ·Posted
As a professional photographer, you have many options for printing the photos you shoot. The kind of printer you choose is based not only on the type of photos you make and who your clients are, but on how you want to present your work and what style of personal promotion interests you. As a wedding photographer, you might want to present acceptable work prints to your clients and have a lab handle the final prints, or you might want to invest in your own high-end printer and print your images. Possibly, you’d like to bring a portable dye-