Canon offers two ICC profiles specific to the printer for each type of paper. One has “1/2” in the name and the other has “3” in the name. The print quality setting you choose as you print determines which you should use. Use the “3” profile when the print quality is set to “Standard”. For all other print quality settings …
Practical help for photographers struggling to have enough drive space and good backups
After more than 80 hours of real-world testing, here are the pixel dimensions and quality settings photographers should use when exporting images for posting to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
13 steps photographers can use to troubleshoot problems with Lightroom and Lightroom Classic
An overview of diffraction and tips on how to find the aperture where it makes images soft.
When you run into a buggy version of Photoshop and/or Lightroom Classic, you may need to downgrade to a prior version. Here is how to do that.
Color space can be incredibly confusing and difficult. This guide will break it down and make it easy for photographers.
Basic instructions on how to get started creating stunning team and individual (T&I) photos for sports teams!
Canon makes it hard for photographers to get the shutter actuation count from their cameras. Here is why photographers should care and how they can get that number.
An illustrated guide of how to set up your Canon ID, your camera, your computer, and your phone to use the image.canon service.