From yesteryear I have some mounted photos that were my father's (I sell his photographic archive, usually in matted form), and they are all "frameless". They look like fiber based prints, dry mounted to 4-ply mat board, and the borders have been trimmed off.
I am contemplating offering this type of presentation to my clients, and wanted to get some feedback from people with much more experience in the presentation field than myself.
All images are currently output on inkjet photo paper, and so I thought of using some type of cold-roller mounting laminator, such as the Bienfang/Seal model. But I'm not sure if it would be better to mount the photos to 3/16" gator, 8-ply mat board, or some other type of substrate.
Trimming of the final product is a concern as well. I don't have a CMC (and don't intend to get one any time soon).
Thanks in advance for any feedback.
Best wishes to all--