We’ve used ImageNest for a while, both on our printers here at Northlight, and on many of those that we’ve reviewed, such as the most recent of Canon iPF6300.
It’s a great way of making use of the printing capacity of large printers to lay out images onto the paper. In fact I used it [...]
Lost your Canon CD?
Some time ago I needed to install my Canon EOS software onto a new computer. As is the way of these things, I couldn’t find the CD.
No problem I thought, I’ll just download the software from Canon…
One minor problem – Canon only has software updaters available. In other [...]
During our recent testing of the Canon iPF6300 I was able to try out the True Black and White printer driver software from BowHaus.
Review Link: True Black and White
It works very well and should be able to deliver extremely good quality B/W prints from the Canon large format printers.
Adjustable ink curves [...]
In the first of what I hope will be of a collection of short articles, I’ve decided to look at a particular aspect of photographic composition in detail, with some example photos.
First up are vertical lines – an important part of my architectural and interior photography.
Article Link: Vertical lines and movement in photographic [...]
Mounting your canvas prints on a ‘pizza box’ – sounds a pretty odd idea?
Review Link: JetMaster canvas mounting
I was pretty sceptical when I first saw the JetMaster print mounting kit in use at a trade show, but after trying out several different size canvas prints, I have to say that on the wall [...]