The Canon PRO-10 A3+ printer is the second in the new PRO printer range, and supersedes the 9500 mk2. I’ve had one here a few weeks and have written a longish review.
Full Review Link: Canon Pixma PRO-10
It’s got 10 pigment based inks, which include Matt and Photo Black, and a gloss coat ‘colour [...]
Whilst there are lots of articles about the technical side of photography on the web, there are far fewer about -why- you might choose to take a particular shot, and why you might choose to make a print from one picture, as opposed to an other shot at the same location, maybe only seconds from [...]
How much better are cameras and printers getting?
Future modular camera
Are the reasons to upgrade your camera kit getting less and less?
I’m very lucky to have a job that I enjoy, as a professional photographer, and via the articles I write here, having the opportunity to try out new equipment and software.
I’ve been using DxO Optics Pro for some of my RAW processing for several years – It’s what I’ve chosen for many of my images that I produce as large prints.
The latest version (V8) offers a range of improvements to image quality and overall workflow, and I’ve written a detailed review, looking at [...]
After lots of testing, I’ve finished one of our longer printer reviews.
Review Link: Canon Pixma PRO-1 printer
For an A3+ printer, it’s pretty huge, weighing in at around 60 pounds. This makes for one of the quietest printers I’ve looked at, and one that isn’t going to jump around your desk.
Quality wise, [...]
Upcoming printer review
Canon UK have sent me a Pro-1 A3+ printer for review.
A quick check shows a very capable B&W print mode, which with a 3rd party lustre paper produced a very even and neutral looking print – residual non-linearity was very easily cleared up with a QTR profile, which I was able [...]
Producing better photos and prints without spending much money
This week has been a busy one, with all the work on fixing this site, and fitting in several architectural photo shoots.
What’s been really helpful though, are two talks I’ve given to photographers groups in Nottingham and Coventry. I do a few of these presentations [...]
How it’s done – a 14 metre panoramic print
After lots of questions about the big print at my current exhibition, I’ve written up a detailed article covering all aspects of the making of the print.
Article Link: A 14 metre panoramic print
This runs from my initial experiments in panoramic image stitching, through to [...]
Photos showing the mounting of a new 14 metre long print of Leicester City Centre at dusk. The print is on view at the Leicester People’s Photography Gallery throughout May 2012 [...]
Lots of people want a good quality, cheap, photo printer that doesn’t cost a lot in ink. Unfortunately, the market doesn’t quite work like that – some thought about what to do when your old printer dies. [...]