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Epson SureColor P600

Featuring a new pigment inkset with epson’s densest blacks yet, this may be the ultimate desktop printer for black-and-white
BY Wes Pitts
SPECIFICATIONS Max Width: 13 inches Roll Paper-Compatible: Yes Number Of Inks: 9 Monochrome Inks: 4 Ink Type: Pigment Minimum Droplet Size: 2 picoliters Dimensions (WxDxH): 24.2x32x16.7 inches (trays extended) Estimated Street Price: $799 It has been nearly 20 years since Epson debuted their first desktop photo printer, the Epson Stylus…

External Storage

By Wes Pitts
Maintaining multiple copies of your photos is the only sure way to safeguard your image collection. Longtime readers know I lost several hundred photos back when digital imaging was new and I didn't know any better. (Yes, even brand-new, top-of-the-line computers can suffer a hard drive failure.) Even with the…

Fine-Art Printers

By William Sawalich
In a world dominated by digital image files and social-media sharing, the physical photographic print is rarer—and more impressive—than ever. If you're going to print your work (which you should), pro-caliber inkjet printers are worth the investment. They deliver the best combination of high image quality, efficiency and low per-print…

Storage Solutions

A smart photo-backup strategy is one of the best investments you can make.
By Wes Pitts
A smart photo-backup strategy is one of the best investments you can make. We've reached a point where big-capacity storage is very affordable—for a few hundred dollars you can virtually guarantee that your image collection will survive disk crashes and other data disasters. Redundancy of data is the key. The…

Tablets

Remember that unwieldy seven-pound laptop you used to haul with you as part of your photo gear?
By Wes Pitts
Remember that unwieldy seven-pound laptop you used to haul with you as part of your photo gear? What? You say you still do? It's time you considered a tablet! There are a lot of tablet options out there, some more or less adept as a true photographer's companion—we have limited…

Desktop Photo Printers

Before you make a printer purchase, here's what you need to know about the technology that makes beautiful desktop prints a reality.
By William Sawalich
If you're like a lot of photographers, you have a high-quality DSLR and at least a few great lenses. You've spent time and money honing your craft, and you have the skills to produce an outstanding photograph. Maybe you're even a little bit of a tech geek about megapixels or…
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