Tip Dont Use Your Best Paper for Your First Print

When you output your first photo, use inexpensive paper and a smaller size, just to see what your print will look like. Then, when you're satisfied, you can switch to better paper and a larger photo. Most 82 x11" photo-quality prints on good paper will cost$1 and up in consumables. That is certainly cheaper than a traditional silver j I

halide print of comparable size, but it can add up if you end up throwing away your first few attempts until you get it the way you want.

Figure 20-1: This Canon i9900 is a photo inkjet printer with eight color inks, which gives it wider, photo-realistic output than an ordinary dual-purpose device. But from the outside, it looks like any ordinary inkjet. That's why you have to look closely at the specs of an inkjet to determine whether it is a dual-purpose or a photo printer. (Canon and Powershot are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. in the United States and may be registed in other countries. All rights reserved. Used by Permission.)

Figure 20-1: This Canon i9900 is a photo inkjet printer with eight color inks, which gives it wider, photo-realistic output than an ordinary dual-purpose device. But from the outside, it looks like any ordinary inkjet. That's why you have to look closely at the specs of an inkjet to determine whether it is a dual-purpose or a photo printer. (Canon and Powershot are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. in the United States and may be registed in other countries. All rights reserved. Used by Permission.)

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