The digital age has pushed some of us away from printing our photos, but at the same time, better technology and cheaper prices has made it more possible than ever to make your own high-quality prints at home. This helpful video will give you some tips to help and mistakes to avoid in the process.
Coming to you from Nigel Danson, this great video talks about the process of printing your photos and what it takes to get it just right. Highly capable photo printers are now available to the average consumer, and with a bit of careful work, it's more than possible to produce your own prints. I personally think it's a very rewarding process to turn the string of ones and zeros on your screen into a tactile representation of what your camera captured, and of course, the further benefit is that you can then hang it on display in your home, gallery, wherever. As Danson mentions, it's of crucial importance to take some time to get your monitor calibration and printer profiles just right, as you surely don't want to waste expensive ink and paper reprinting things because they don't match what you see on your screen. Check out the video above for more helpful tips.