So, you are into the digital age with a nice camera and record lots of images. How do you share these wonderful images?  Prevent your favorite images from disappearing into the sea of your digital archive by producing prints and displaying your best work.

Sample Print from Canon Pixma Pro 10 Printer
Sample prints produced using the Canon Pixma Pro 10 Printer. Images by J. Michael McBride

Rockbrook Camera’s Creative Imaging Suite can produce archival pigment based inkjet prints up to 40X60 inches. We also offer many finishing methods including stretched canvas and metal prints. Every image is individually optimized for color and density by our highly skilled technicians to ensure it looks its very best. Take a comparative look at our printing work on a previous blog post.

Beautiful Prints at Home with Canon’s Line Of Printers

Another popular choice is to print on your own. Rockbrook Camera carries the Canon Pixma Pro Series printers in 13-inch and 17-inch carriage widths.  These printers are designed to make pro-lab quality prints at home.

Canon Pixma Pro 10 Printers
Pictured on the Left: Canon Pixma Pro 10 Printer. Pictured on the Right: Canon Pixma Pro 100 Printer.

The Canon Pixma Pro 10 is a top selling model. It uses 10 individual pigment-based inks that produce stunning color or black & white prints up to 13X19 inches.  Pigment inks are more archival than dye based inks, which will increase the permanency of your prints.

Prints Created on Canon Pixma Pro 10 Printer
Sample Images Created on the Canon Pixma Pro 10 Printer. Images by J. Michael McBride.

Home printing today replaces the old darkroom from yesterday and gives you the freedom to produce fine images on a variety of paper surfaces. Even though printing at home is very economical, most do it because they want to be creative and in control of the final product from start to finish.

If home printing is of interest to you, consider joining us for a FREE mini-seminar on home printing on Saturday, February 18 at 9 am.  No reservations required, just show up and enjoy learning something new.