Photo Printing

Photo printers for home use

Whether you just got back from that long-awaited holiday or a day at the beach, nothing preserves your memories better than a printed photograph.

What to look for in a home photo printer:

    • Printers with individual inks are cheaper to run as you only replace the colours that actually run out.
    • Make sure that your printer supports borderless printing; unless you prefer having borders on your photos.
    • Multiple connectivity options will make your life easier, these include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and sometimes printers also have built-in memory card readers.

If you can’t wait until you get home to print your photos, then there’s something in there for you too.

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If you are looking into turning photography from a hobby to a side-hustle or would like to showcase those gorgeous landscapes you travelled halfway around the globe to capture; let’s just say postcard size photos just won’t cut it.

What to look for in a semi-professional photo printing:

    • Larger media handling (A3+) opens up greater possibilities, unleashing your photographic potential.
    • The more ink colours it has, the more colours it can reproduce. This means better colour fidelity.
    • It is ideal to keep an eye out for the number of monochrome inks as well as these will give smoother gradation in black & white prints.

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Photo printers for professional use

In a market where quality is everything, the best way to stay ahead is to complement your photographic works with professional quality prints.

What to look for in a professional photo printer:

    • Media handling is even more crucial here and anything less than A2 just won’t cut it.
    • Canon photo printers come with built-in countermeasures against bronzing and metamerism. These are usually the factors that kill an inkjet photo print.
    • Larger ink tanks make for lower running costs without compromising quality, you should keep that in mind.

Photo printers_professional collection

Photo printers for home use

Whether you just got back from that long-awaited holiday or a day at the beach, nothing preserves your memories better than a printed photograph.

What to look for in a home photo printer:

  • Printers with individual inks are cheaper to run as you only replace the colours that actually run out.
  • Make sure that your printer supports borderless printing; unless you prefer having borders on your photos.
  • Multiple connectivity options will make your life easier, these include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and sometimes printers also have built-in memory card readers.

If you can’t wait until you get home to print your photos, then there’s something in there for you too.

Photo printing_home use collection

If you are looking into turning photography from a hobby to a side-hustle or would like to showcase those gorgeous landscapes you travelled halfway around the globe to capture; let’s just say postcard size photos just won’t cut it.

What to look for in a semi-professional photo printing:

  • Larger media handling (A3+) opens up greater possibilities, unleashing your photographic potential.
  • The more ink colours it has, the more colours it can reproduce. This means better colour fidelity.
  • It is ideal to keep an eye out for the number of monochrome inks as well as these will give smoother gradation in black & white prints.

Photo printing_semi-pro collection

Photo printers for professional use

In a market where quality is everything, the best way to stay ahead is to complement your photographic works with professional quality prints.

What to look for in a professional photo printer:

  • Media handling is even more crucial here and anything less than A2 just won’t cut it.
  • Canon photo printers come with built-in countermeasures against bronzing and metamerism. These are usually the factors that kill an inkjet photo print.
  • Larger ink tanks make for lower running costs without compromising quality, you should keep that in mind.

Photo printers_professional collection