HP Printers New Smyrna Beach FL

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Sherry Williams
(386) 428-1600
2238 S.R. 44
New Smyrna Beach, FL
Company
New Smyrna Beach Visitors Center

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Debbie Ledbetter
(386) 424-6734
2238 SR 44
New Smyrna Beach, FL
Company
New Smyrna Beach Visitors Center

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David Staffansson-Elmquist
(386) 756-8477
6183 Shoreline Dr
Port Orange, FL
Company
Staffansson Photography
Certifications
FPP Degrees: Florida Education Degree

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Joanna Tucci
(386) 788-1858
4606 Clyde Morris Blvd Ste 1D
Port Orange, FL
Company
Radosta Photography

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Lori Radosta
(386) 788-1858
4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Suite #1-D
Port Orange, FL
Company
Radosta Photography
Certifications
FPP Degrees: Florida Education Degree

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Deborah Boyd
(386) 428-1600
2238 S.R. 44
New Smyrna Beach , FL
Company
New Smyrna Beach Vistors Center

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Jim Payette
(386) 424-5848
2475 Burnell Court
New Smyrna Beach, FL
Photographic Specialities
Events \ Families \ High School Seniors \ Portrait \ Wedding
Company
Jim Payette Photography LLC

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Rudy Snow
(386) 255-9600
1595 Town Park Drive
Port Orange, FL
Company
Bay Street Studios of Daytona

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Don Bok
(386) 451-4334
2151 Pope Ave.
South Daytona , FL
Photographic Specialities
Commercial \ Sports
Certifications
FPP Degrees: Florida Degree of Photographic Excellence

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Brenda Trost
(386) 252-0073
P.O. Box 290429
Port Orange, FL
Company
Kingston-Trost Photography

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HP Printers

New HP Printers

From Amateur Printing to Professional

HP at Photokina 2008I had the opportunity to attend HP's press event at Photokina. While the breadth of HP's line in photographic printing equipment is wide ranging, I skip the details on minilabs and other retail solutions and focus on the stuff I know.

At one side of the printing range they introduced a small photo printer that prints up to 13-inches wide. I say small because on the opposite end is a 44-inch printer for professionals.

First the printer that could fit on my desk, the B8550. It uses 5 inks to make this printer more of an all around printer that you wouldn't be afraid to use for day-to-day use, and would be pleased with printing 4x6 prints.

5 inks? What rainbow are we talking about now? Well because this printer is designed to handle things like text, rather than be relegated to only printing photos, beside the CMYK there is an additional black ink for text.

HP at Photokina 2008Now for the printer that I would have to move my desk out of the room for, the Z3200. To say this is a serious printer is an understatement, none of this five inks business, this monster has 12! These include several blacks and grays and their new chromatic red ink. But what makes all these inks play together nicely on the paper is the built in profiling system.

This system is not new to this printer but it is worth mentioning. The Z3200 has a built-in X-rite spectrophotometer so that the printer automatically profiles itself. A proper profile is essential when working with final prints this size.

HP at Photokina 2008With the introduction of the Z3200, HP also announced a partnership with Nikon to offer a full system that covers capture (with the Nikon D3) to print using Erogosoft's StudioPrint RIP software to power the Z3200.

During the presentation we heard from renowned German photographer Thomas Hoepker who talked about how stunning the prints are. It was moving to see some one excited about how well this technology performs.

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