Although image editing can be complex, some believe it pales in comparison to what can be involved with getting a good print, says Jon Canfield: "Along with choosing the right paper, printer profile, and printer settings to get the best possible image, you also have to deal with rendering intents." In this post, he explains rendering-intent options and how to choose the best one for your image.
John Becker, an avid photographer and entrepreneur, is using his HP Designjet Z6100 printers to build new sources of revenues while providing photography enthusiasts with affordable, attractive ways to display their best photos in all their glory.
After using HP’s new Large-Format Photo Negatives solution for black-and-white silver-halide photo prints, David Saffir answers some frequently asked questions about the differences between high-quality black-and-white inkjet photo prints and hand-crafted silver-gelatin (silver halide) prints.
Thanks to the growth of specialty inks and digital-printing technologies, your photographs can be output onto more surfaces and materials than ever before. In a series of posts, Marc Aguilera will discuss these technologies and provide tips on how to submit files for new forms of print production.
Marc Aguilera reports that a growing number of photographers are exerimenting with direct-print flatbed printing technologies. Graphics printing devices such as the HP Scitex FB5200 can output images and art directly onto rigid sheets of metal and other surfaces that enhance the aesthetics of the artwork.