I keep going to Michaels for one thing or other and walking by the "museum quality anti-reflecting glass" display. The difference is dramatic. It's enough to make me want to use nothing else on all my photographs, but it's expensive. Mats and frames are expensive enough. Can someone please re-explain why we use glazing on photographs? It's like if I get expensive anti-glare glass I'm spending extra money on something that is closer to nothing. When I could just use nothing. My sister is a painter and uses no glazing on her paintings, even when she frames them. I asked here why paintings don't get glazing but photographs do, and she said she had never thought about it but it must be "to show off the texture".