I have an inkjet printer
at home, a Canon Pixma 4500. I use it mostly for
document printing, but occasionally I need to print a bunch of photos as
well. The thing is Iím not very satisfied with the photo results I get on compatible paper,
but I knew it was possible to get better prints. So I found a good article I want to
share - http://printingdepot.blogspot.com/.
Itís kind of a guide on how to calibrate a printer at home. The only unhandy thing is a scanner is
required, so I had to visit a local print shop for scanning. Following the article it was really
easy to calibrate, and I got much better pictures in terms of color reproduction.
Best regards kd.