Factors to Consider when Choosing a Photo-Quality Inkjet Printer

Long time friend of Red River, Andrew Darlow, has a detailed article on choosing a desktop photo inkjet paper. We’ve excepted the beginning paragraph to get you started.  Click to read the rest.

Part I: Printers up to 13 inches wide by Andrew Darlow

Throughout the history of photography, countless advancements have made it easier for people to create photographic images. One of the most important advancements has been the advent of affordable, photo-quality inkjet printers. They have brought the color and black and white darkroom “out of the dark” and into just about any room in an office, home or school. I’ve been using and recommending printers to amateur and professional photographers for more than 15 years, and I’ve owned or used at least 50 inkjet printers, ranging from printers that max out at 4 inches in width, to 50-inch-wide models.

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  1. I would also consider the following: Check out 3rd party paper suppliers. Do they have printer profiles (ICC’s) for these printers. Are inks readily available if you run out? Is the ransom cost for the inks painful. So does a Costco or a office store carry those inks or are you forced to go estore and have it shipped. Would you even consider 3rd party ink suppliers or refills (some are not possible). Lastly, everyone sees their colors differently. Do Epson, HP, Canon, Lexmark, Kodak colors meet your expectations. For me some are lacking even within manufacturers. So shop so there are no surprises.

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