Follow Me on my Canon Mini Photo Prints Adventures!

Printing photographs while on the move or when you are traveling overseas, with a small, lightweight and portable device, the Canon Mini Photo Printer fits the bill. This new gadget by Canon is helping to bring back the fun and joy of printing photographs in 2” x 3” photo paper size. Come, follow me on my Canon Mini Photo Prints Adventures! Return of Printing Photographs During the days when I started learning photography in the 80s, it was analogue film photography, printing photographs was a natural process since we can’t view our photos on the LCD screen of the camera or …

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New Canon Mini Photo Printer

In the modern world of digital photography today, the sheer volume of photographs shot, uploaded and shared on the internet and social network services are exponentially huge and wide. Although we “consume” a lot of photographs, whether you are a leisure, hobbyist, enthusiast or professional photographer, we are not printing as much photographs as before during the analogue/film days. Coming from the film photography era where I started my photography learning and journey, there were no digital cameras and we had to print out our photographs. That was lost with me for a period of time until I started to …

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Canon PIXMA Pro-10 Review

For the photographers out there, whether you are a professional or enthusiast, when was the last time you printed out your photographs that you took instead of storing it in your laptop/desktop or hard disk? Before I started printing my photographs again recently, I asked myself this question too. Prior to preparing and writing my review article for the Canon PIXMA Pro-10, I wrote and shared on my thoughts and feelings on why we should go back to printing photographs. Printing my photographs brought back something to my photography that was kind of lost in time, since my younger days …

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Why we should go back to printing photographs

I wasn’t sure when was the last time I printed photographs prior to my recent printing of 4R B&W photographs to prepare my Hokkaido B&W Landscapes Photo Book mock up. When I printed the 4R photographs and collected them from the shop, there was an amazing feeling, the pride and joy of my photography works on my hands. The photographs were something physical and tangible that I can show to my friends. This experience was something that I haven’t experienced for a long time, since I stopped shooting film that might be around 1999 to 2000. With the proliferation and …

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