It is not or Fiber or RC
Originally Posted by Dave Miller
But and, and...
And right you are, it is the content of the image that counts, even on newspaper quality a good image keeps "standing".
It's almost impossible to distinguish fiber or rc...
But it is!
Even when it is displayed behind glass.
Many times fiber prints are not presented behind glass (books)
And some of us show their images without glass protection.
Fiber has more life, ther is more dept in it.
When you dry it on glass it receives an extra element...
I think, one has to optimalize his fiber-workflow at a maximum, so that it is not a pain to work with fiber papers. (working with analyser, mounting press, and so on).
For some of us, making a final print isn't a 5 minute job, but more an 4 hours work.
So RC or Fiber it makes not much difference.
Photography Live has to be difficult :-)
Photography don't accept lazyness... :-)