Dry lab printing, also known as digital photo labs, refers to a variety of photo printing methods including dye sublimation, thermal printing, solid ink printing, and electrophotography. It's considered a "dry" process in comparison to other types of photo printing methods (known as wet lab printing) that use light exposure on reactive paper developed [...]
HD Papers FAQ's
Fine artists and photographers should be especially interested in Canon Colorado’s ability to print on watercolor paper and other soft materials and here’s why.
Introducing Print Recipes! Choose from one of our three professionally crafted preset recipes or "print combos" or customize and save your own preferences.
Using the sharpening feature is a default setting on the LightJet printer and how we run it, however we can turn off the setting upon request.
A lightjet print is often used to describe a digitally-made chromogenic print using silver-halide and three digital lasers.