Jon Canfield

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Jon Canfield Posted: Sep 01, 2008 0 comments

The Epson Stylus Photo R1800 has been a popular choice for digital photographers needing a 13x19 format but not willing or able to spend the additional money for the R2400. Add to that exceptional gloss printing thanks to a special Gloss Optimizer, and you have an excellent option for high-quality printing at an attractive price.

But, as usual, the market...

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Jon Canfield Posted: Sep 01, 2008 0 comments

In midwinter I had a sneak peek of a new color management product. I was lucky enough to get a beta unit then and have been using it for the past couple of months. But, I don't review beta products, so I've been holding out for the release version of the product, dubbed ColorMunki Photo (#1). The ColorMunki combines high-end technology with easy-to-use features and a...

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Jon Canfield Posted: Aug 01, 2008 0 comments

Monitor calibration has become fairly mainstream over the past few years. Nearly everyone knows they should be calibrating their displays, and a fair percentage of them are actually doing it. And, with the cost and ease of use down into the normal (e.g., non-geek) level, there is really no reason to not calibrate your display.

Display calibration is important in...

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Jon Canfield Posted: Aug 01, 2008 0 comments

Everyone knows that backing up your data is critical. And, everyone knows that it's easy to say, "I'll do it tomorrow." Heck, I've made tomorrow go for months at a time! This is really stupid on my part because I make a living from my images and writing. If I lose that data, I might as well start planning on moving into the car.

Luckily...

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Jon Canfield Posted: Jul 01, 2008 0 comments

Adobe's Photoshop application is the standard for many digital photographers. Heck, it's even a verb now, as in "that looks Photoshopped." But, at $500 and up, depending on the packaging, Photoshop CS3 is overkill for many users. Recognizing that the majority of photographers don't want to be spending their time learning a complex program, Adobe...

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Jon Canfield Posted: Jul 01, 2008 0 comments

If you maintain all your own images you have more freedom in how to go about tagging these photos for future reference.

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Jon Canfield Posted: Jul 01, 2008 0 comments

The Epson UltraChrome K3-series printers are a well-known and popular choice for many digital photographers who are looking for quality prints with a good archival life. So when Epson asked if I'd like to take a look at their newest line-up, I was very interested in seeing what they had done.

The UltraChrome K3 ink set is pigment based, with a total of nine inks:...

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Jon Canfield Posted: Jul 01, 2008 0 comments

To help make this as easy as possible, it’s helpful to follow a few guidelines for organizing your images.

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Jon Canfield Posted: Jun 01, 2008 0 comments

There may not have been many new printer announcements at PMA this year, but that certainly didn't affect the paper vendors from going all out with new products. It's clear that old is new again, as many of the surfaces shown mimic those of traditional darkroom days. If you're a lover of fiber-based papers, this is a great year for you with plenty of new options...

Jon Canfield Posted: Jun 01, 2008 0 comments

Color management isn't one of those topics that tend to get the heart racing with excitement, although the lack of it has probably caused more than a few panic attacks. We've seen steady improvements in color calibration hardware and software over the past few years and it's clear that color management is becoming much more mainstream than ever as digital...

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