At the risk of sounding flippant, if you're serious about producing good quality prints on good quality paper you will have to spend serious money. Such printers offer 8 to 10 large capacity ink cartridges with the ability to handle a variety of paper sizes and thicknesses such as Epson Sure Color P600 or P800, Canon Pixma Pro 100s, etc.
Buying a consumer grade printer will save money but limits output quality and use of better (think thicker) fine art papers.
I use an Epson P800 and a
Good evening to all and good rest of summer!
A walk with my moto Tenere midweek on its beaches
Vourvourous of Halkidiki at Greece.
Awesome waters and worth going for those who have not gone.
Maybe the karidi has the 'name' like THE beach of the area but
personally Fava at (1:30 minutes) withered more, not of course that the karidi was ugly!
here is the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnkED5wC8kA
Thanks Chrissie, yes this stuff can wait, asthma attack and pretty darn serious. I had a long time friend pass away a couple months ago from it. Last week I did decide to order a hood to try it. Although I have not tested it extensively, it is working well with no errors Can't wait to be better and take it for a spin. Take care.
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I'm not sure I understand your question. Generally, there are two possible photo formats - uncompressed (raw or RAW) or compressed (JPEG). RAW gives you the best quality, but it comes with bigger files and you have to "develop" the photos with a software for RAW editing. JPEG files are compressed lossy and come with smaller file sizes. Additionally, they store special colour settings configured in the camera (e.g. black and white) which RAW doesn't, since the RAW data
I have a Sony a77ii with multiple lenses. I have been taking pictures since I was 10 with my first camera KODAK 127. I took 10,000 photos while in nam so I have a pretty good understanding of photography but am still looking to learn more. I have been a digital user for about 7 years and am just now getting to feel like I starting to understand some things.
I have some questions if there is someone out there who can help me.
I would like to know in the "QUALITY" section of my menu,