I'm interested in why you guys trim you 8x10 paper or other sizes to square for printing. I usually just print my squares (altho from a lowly Bronica) on the rectangle, since it will be matted to a square anyway if it gets that far.
Do those of you who trim paper to square display these prints in some way that shows the entire print, or is this just for holding in a box, all the same size, etc?
wondering. . .
I window mount my prints, it makes sense to trim first just to save cutting up whole sheets into test strips. All my images have 1¼" white borders because that's what museums & galleries prefer,