Originally Posted by Monochrom
Hi Guys, hope youŽre all fine!
I want to ask what software do you use when printing with your inkjet printers.
I have a Canon Pro-100 and been using the printing option from the files.
I wonder if there is some sort of software that can be usefull.
Thanks in advance and best wishes for this 2019!
I use Roy Harrington's Quadtone RIP and because of using a Mac his "Print-Tool."
I'm doing Piezography and the two systems seems to have been made for each other. No bugs and a lot of creative flexibility.
One experiment I did is use Print Tool to print out sheets of my business cards utilizing my own B&W images shot with a Leica Monochrom. I just filled a 17x22 sheet to capacity with 2x3 images and when I pressed print nothing happened for about 20 minutes, but then all the data was transfered it printed.
For my name and contact info I utilized a rubber stamp I bought at Staples that is self inking.
When I give someone my card I'm actually give them a small print. I have different images so they can select a favorite, and in a way it is like carrying a small folio of my work.
Know that I print 20x30 on 24x36 sheet. The Quadtone Rip does a great job. Highly regarded. I use it for Epson 3880 and 7800 printers. When Piezography came out with Piezography Pro about 2 1/2 years ago I was invited to be an early adopter. Even with this new system where a split tone is blended in the print head the intergration was seamless.
A well engineered product by both Piezography and Roy Harrington.