Go large with your photo printing, right on your own desktop. We test
six leading models to find the best A3 and A3+ printers for photographers.
A3 photo printers let you print lab-quality images at home. But, with prices ranging considerably, you want to be sure that you get the right one. We’ve tested six of the best A3 photo printers priced between £230 and £650 to help you make your choice. Here’s how the contenders measured up.
There are no better printer partners for your Canon EOS DSLR than Canon’s great PIXMA PRO range. Whether you’re an advanced amateur, budding semi-pro or seasoned professional, Canon’s PIXMA PRO printers will make sure you obtain prints to be proud of.
Making prints can be one of the most enjoyable aspects of photography, but there are a few common mistakes that photographers make that can have them tearing their hair out. Our Head of Testing, Angela Nicholson, outlines the photo printing problems that can arise and explains how to avoid them.
The Epson Expression Photo XP-950 is proof that A3 printers don’t have to dominate your desk. Find out how it fares in our Epson Expression XP-950 review.
If you want to showcase your best photos or create a truly personal gift, self-publishing your own photo book is a wonderful option. Here we offer photo book reviews for six of the best self-publishing options online.
Jessops Photo website – which remains operational – has announced all outstanding print orders will be honoured and explains how to retrieve prints.
It’s infuriating when the colour tone and brightness of your photo prints look vastly different from the image you see on your computer screen. The solution is monitor calibration – making sure that the colours your PC displays are as accurate as possible.
Producing a colour print that closely matches what appears on your computer screen is something anyone can master if they understand the principles involved and have invested in the kit needed for producing accurate colour. Discover how easy it can be to turn out predictable and pleasing results.
Digital imaging has given us all so much more creative freedom, and while it’s true that not every picture you take is worth making into a print, your favourite images deserve the print treatment. But printing photos isn’t as easy as just connecting cables and pressing a button. There are all sorts of things you need to consider. Below we’ve compiled what we believe are 19 essential questions most photographers forget to ask about how to print photos.