Capturing abstract in print with your PIXMA printer

PIXMA tips

The best paper for your pictures
When you’ve worked hard to create a beautiful image, you’ll want to share it. And printing it out to create a real object from your work is a great way to celebrate and showcase your achievement.

Hiroyuki Takeda, Boundary zone

Hiroyuki Takeda, Boundary zone - Copyright Info: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/

The right paper can make a big difference to your finished product. Artistic views are ideal for printing on matte or fine-art papers, adding texture and depth, whereas glossy papers can help project more vibrant and colourful prints. Knowing your papers is a bit like knowing your lenses – choose the right paper for the right result.

Preparing for framing

If you’re planning to frame your photo, it’s a good idea to leave a margin around the edge of the page. That way the picture can be put behind a photo mount in the frame. This stops the print itself being pressed against the glass, and ensures your photo will last longer.

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