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Your Smartphone can Connect with these Printers Allowing you to Print

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Technology is what drives the world forward. We use our phones to connect with our loved ones with phone calls or use our cars to reach our desired destination with ease. In the same manner, a printer is a popular electronic device that helps firms of all sizes. A printer is a popular device that helps us to print documents, PDF files and other important paper-work. Moreover, printers are also known to connect to our smartphones. Wondering which printers can do exactly that? These are the ones you should be aware of.

  1. Canon – Canon printers are known to be user friendly for those who lack technical knowledge and skills. What you need to do is to download the Canon printer app and follow the instructions mentioned on the app. You will be asked to open the app and connect the printer with your phone via Bluetooth. Once your phone is connected with the printer, select the document and press the “Print” action. After hitting the “Print” action, your document will be ready in front of your eyes in just a matter of seconds.
  2. HP (Hewlett Packard) – HP printers also require you to download their app on your smartphone. However, one of the differences between Canon and HP printer is you need to connect the printer and the phone (Android devices) on the same wireless network to work. iPhone users also hold an advantage where you need to only download the AirPrint app and connect with the printer with ease.  

This is how you connect your HP or Canon printers in Capalaba region.

Understanding Color Management in the Print Industry

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Colors work differently the way you see them online in a social media post versus how they appear on printed material. When you get involved in professional printing that incorporates designing materials like cards and brochures, the knowledge of RGB and CMYK formats becomes essential. So, here you will learn about the basics of both the codes with a more focus on CMYK, a color mode preferred by printers.

RGB Color Code

RGB stands for Red, Green, and Blue. Light energy forms the basis of the model, referred to as additive model wherein white is formed by adding the highest strengths of the shades of light. And when all colors are at zero intensity, the result becomes black like your computer screen when it’s turned off. Usually, computer screens display colors in RGB mode so you will be using these to create your designs.

CMYK Color Code

CMYK is a pigment-based color model. Instead of RGB’s additive model, CMYK uses a subtractive model where the starting point is white and subtracting intensities produces different shades. CMYK uses four-color plates, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. Here, black is used to establish a reference frame that one gets by keying in all the colors.

To produce different shades, the four colors use a halftone dot for printing their varying percentages. Zoom in any printed material and you can find halftone dots combined together to create the final piece. However, the CMYK model comparatively produces lesser shades than the RGB model.

Thus, before ordering a print, you should consult with Brisbane printers to ensure you are delivering an accurate combination of the CMYK model in your design.