At a time of limited photo shooting opportunities, there are plenty of useful things you can do with your photography.
There are so many different printer options it’s not easy to decide which one best suits your needs. Essentially, it boils down to three decisions…
Your choice of photo paper and ink will determine the look, feel and durability of the prints you make.
We look at some common problems that can cause prints to look different from expectations, and provide some advice on how to fix them.
Whether you print your own images or use one of the many photo print services, your best option will depend on the following…
Tips on how to print your own photobooks at home: the equipment you need and the stages involved in laying out, printing and binding.
The driver is the key component in the software package provided by each printer manufacturer.
How to create outstanding B&W photographs.
When looking to buy an inkjet printer for photo printing, take one of your favourite photos to the store with you on a USB drive or memory card. Ask to have the image printed on the printer you’re seriously considering and check the following…
How to make the image on a monitor screen simulate how an image will appear when printed.