To get the best from a new camera, including making the most of its available functions, a professional photographer needs to set it up correctly. The same goes for a pro photo printer. Canon's pigment ink-based professional photo printers, for example the imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 and imagePROGRAF PRO-300, are capable of delivering consistently high-quality prints, while dye-based pro photo printers, such as the Canon PIXMA PRO-200, will also give very good results. But to get the best out of their advanced features and supporting software you need to know how to set them up properly.
Canon printing specialist Frederic Vaneesbeck has 17 years of experience leading printing workshops for professional photographers. Here he shares his expert knowledge, revealing how to make the most of what Canon imagePROGRAF and PIXMA PRO printers have to offer.