print­ing op­tions


Pro­duc­ing your prints can be done ei­ther at home or through a com­mer­cial print lab. For the home print­ing op­tion, you’ll need to in­vest in a high-qual­ity printer, such as a Canon PIXMA Pro 10S (£500/$700) or Ep­son Sure­color SC-P600 (£530/$700).

Us­ing a com­mer­cial printer means that you don’t have the ini­tial out­lay, or the on­go­ing paper and ink costs, of print­ing at home. The cost per print can be higher than home print­ing, but it may be more con­ve­nient, and most labs can sup­ply a huge range of me­dia and pre­sen­ta­tion op­tions, and even of­fer framed prints. You can ei­ther find a re­li­able printer close to you (try ask­ing other lo­cal pho­tog­ra­phers) or an on­line lab such as Lox­ley Colour (www.

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