Printing 101: Introduction to Photography Printing Guide at 25% Off

Like many disgruntled ink jet printer users, Pro photographer Ron Martinsen had almost given up on getting good quality prints. He found himself averaging about $50 per 4×6 print when you account for all of the clogged print heads, discarded printers, wasted paper, and ink costs. But through much research and in collaboration with Canon, Epson & HP he was finally able to develop a dependable printing workflow with great results. This eBook is a result of his efforts. Found here: Printing 101

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This book is the aggregation of 6 months and roughly 400 hours of an intense deep dive the author personally performed to get his head around complexities of the world of printing and color management. This research was supported by Canon, Epson and many other fine companies in the printing industry. He received assistance from both of these printer companies and other key companies in the industry as well as 10 professional photographers for whom printing is the most important part of their digital work flow. Printing is the realization of their artistic intent exactly as they intended it – without all of the limitations of poorly calibrated displays and inaccurate prints on cheap paper.

Some of the Many Topics Covered (100 Pages):

  • Choosing a Printer
  • Workspace Considerations
  • Image Preparation
  • Display Calibration
  • Color Management
  • Paper & Ink
  • Costs of Ownership
  • Getting Great Prints
  • Paper Profiles
  • Media Configurations
  • Black and White
  • Techniques from 10 Amazing Photographers and Print Masters
  • Software Recommendations & Tutorials
  • From Print to Sale Preparations
  • Setting a Price for your Printing Services
  • Conclusion
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“The best photographers are always the best printers. But the best printers are not necessarily the best photographers.” – Vincent Versace

How to Get a Copy:

The guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers (works great as a mobile reference out in the field). Also includes a full guarantee so there is no risk in trying it.

It can be found here: Printing 101 – Introduction to Photography Printing

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