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.
loxleycolour.com) or Whitewall (www.uk.whitewall.com).