PrinTao 8 is a completely new Mac OS X printing solution for everyone, who wants high-quality prints on a simple and efficient way. Concentrate completely on your images and ignore complicated printer driver settings! Focus on the essentials and achieve prints in unprecedented brilliance. PrinTao 8 is inexpensive, yet professional printing featuring an intuitive user interface for everybody.
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After putting off learning PrinTao 8 thinking that I needed a lot of time, which I and many of us don’t seem to have these days, I finally got around to printing using PrinTao 8. To my amazement, I was making great looking prints immediately on my Epson 7900. The power and ease of use is tremendous! After loading our papers and profiles, this will be our only printing software. For mac users, I highly recommend PrinTao 8!
Tony Sweet, Nikon legend behind the lens, visual artistry workshop leader, seminar speaker, and author
PrinTao 8 – Why should you consider using it? The simple answer is that it takes the frustration out of printing. The interface could not be easier to understand and navigate. […] Whether you do your own printing, or have someone else in your studio do it for you, even a new intern, you’ll be up and running in a few minutes.
Posted by Ellis Vener on www.ppmag.com, Professional Photographer magazine
The return to the image as the final result of our photographic work: « … To hold this image printed in your hands is the next step. Unlike on the screen display, on the print we do recognize all image points and we have a lot of time to decide, whether we have worked well. Whether the focus is set where it should, whether the details in shadows and highlights are consistent, and whether the colors or gray values correspond to our capture. »
Hermann Will, Senior Editor at FineArtPrinter