Varnish has always been a popular topic here on The Breathing Color Blog.
With that in mind, we’re happy to bring this helpful DIY post, originally published in 2011, back from archives, updated with new products available in 2015.
As our listeners continue to write in to AskBC to ask our experts for help and advice, we’ve found many of you are having printer problems that don’t come with an easy solution.
This week, Epson technician Ron Ardito brings his expert knowledge to the show to discuss a few printer errors that seemingly happen out of nowhere. We take the mystery out of these unexplained malfunctions to reveal what’s really happening to your printer and what you can do to fix it.
Lots of photographers get their prints made by labs and service bureaus.
At some point, many of us eventually give serious consideration to making our own prints.
Color management expert Kevin O’Connor joins the show to talk about color workflow! Topics discussed include prepping files for print labs, working within specific color spaces, and comparing the gamuts of various printers.
Without fail, one of the most common questions asked by students in printing classes is how to choose a paper for a specific image.
With the wealth and diversity of superb inkjet papers on the market today, even experienced printmakers have difficulty with how to choose the right paper for printing.
The number of choices can simply be overwhelming.
This week Epson technician Ron Ardito joins us to answer listener-submitted questions on printing with missing or clogged colors, bypassing the page width sensor, maximizing Epson print length, and more! Tune in for your weekly troubleshooting fix.
Have you ever taken the time to sit down and analyze the material cost of producing a single canvas print?
For those who haven’t, allow me walk you through what is sure to be an eye-opening and insightful process to recognize and appreciate a fundamental component of your business.
Let’s pin down the real cost of a canvas print.