Part 2 – Canon EOS R review – Hand-on insights by Inigo Taylor

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After last week’s blog post in which we shared with you Inigo Taylor’s hands-on insights on how it is to work with a Canon EOS R in the field, we are today sharing with you part 2 of his review. In today’s review, Inigo will tell us his experience using the complete EOS R system, that is the EOS R camera complete with the RF lenses. To do this we lent Inigo four of the lenses from the Canon RF range, the RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM, the RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM, the RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM and … Read the full article

Canon EOS R review – Hands-on insights by local photographer Inigo Taylor

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Canon’s EOS R system was launched in September 2018 and since then Canon have produced two models of this family, the EOS R and the EOS RP. This revolutionary new technology attracted a lot of the photographers interest. Having said that, being a totally new technology it has also raised many questions and many are those who found/find it difficult to choose/switch between a DSLR and the EOS R. In this blog post we are sharing with you a review by Inigo Taylor, a locally based professional photographer who has decided to do the switch between his Canon EOS 5D … Read the full article

Chroma Optimizer

Chroma Optimizer

Inkjet printers have been used to produce photographic prints for quite some time now and, while there have been a lot of technological advancements, this one probably takes the cake. What is Chroma Optimizer? It is a clear coating which is applied onto prints when using the latest range of Canon professional photo printers. This coating creates images with deep black density and prevents bronzing and gloss differential, which have been ever-present in inkjet printing. These properties make it an invaluable tool in achieving the look you want for your prints. Bronzing As mentioned above, bronzing is a phenomenon which … Read the full article

16-bit colour processing

16-bit colour

If you’ve ever dabbled with photo editing software or tinkered with printer drivers, you have probably come across 16-bit colour processing. It sounds advanced and some would say that more bits must equal better quality, right? What is 16-bit colour processing? As we all know, digital data is made of ones and zeros and colours (like anything else) are described in a series of ones and zeros. The conventional JPEG photo will use 8-bit colour, meaning that each colour is referenced using a series of eight ones and zeros describing each channel (Red, Green and Blue). If you do the … Read the full article

The Advantages of a Managed Print Environment

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Whether you run your own business or work within a company; whether the business is small or large; at some point you have definitely dealt with some kind of paper handling. Be it printing, copying, scanning or filing; paper handling in an office is ever-present. With this in mind, one may easily conclude that paper handling must be taken in account when evaluating a company’s expenditure, workplace efficiency and document security. Auditing these costs can be made easy using a managed print environment. The advantages of a Managed Print Environment A managed print environment presents a plethora of benefits, some … Read the full article