Buying a professional quality photo printer is a wise investment. Your clients will appreciate how the crisp details of your prints. Rely on our photo printer reviews to help you choose the right tool for the job.
You may have been told that you have to use a high image resolution (most commonly given as 360 ppi or pixels per inch) in order to get the best inkjet prints. Or perhaps someone has instructed you to use something much lower, maybe even 200 or 180 ppi. Who's right? Is anyone absolutely right?
When Epson approached Jeff Schewe to photograph their latest professional printer, they wanted something different
This story started last spring when I received a phone call from Dan (aka Dano, as in “Book 'em, Dano”) Steinhardt from Epson, asking me if I might be interested in doing a shot for Epson. At the time, he was his usual circumspect self, hinting that the “thing” I might be shooting was bigger than a breadbox and would sit on a desk—yeah, like I didn't assume it was a printer—but he steadfastly refused to allow the discussion to progress to further speculation on my part. I said yes.
The current generation of professional-level inkjet printers can give your studio a steady stream of lucrative print business
With the exception of Epson, many of these improvements have been slow to arrive in the large-format printers that are preferred by many pros and studios. For the purposes of this article, large format is defined as printers capable of 17-inch and wider prints on either sheet or roll media.
When you rely on your printer on a daily basis, the 17-inch Epson Stylus® Pro 4900 is the ideal choice
It's easy to get preoccupied with specifications. When it comes to printers, the proof is in the print itself. The Epson Stylus Pro 4900 is designed to give you incredible sharpness and color, as well as speed. Read More...