London-based food photographer Natasha Alipour-Faridani makes images that pack a punch. Filled with iridescent, intoxicating colour and flooded with light, it’s clear that contrast and saturation are a vital part of her photography practice. Whatever your subject, background or lighting set-up, it’s important to know that what you capture through the lens, and then edit in your digital darkroom, will translate to your work when it’s printed. Some printers really let photographers down, failing to capture the vibrancy of striking blues, rich blacks, and popping reds. But Canon PIXMA PRO-200 has a trick up its sleeve.