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Matte pa­pers suf­fer from less glare than glossy me­dia and so make good large­for­mat prints, des­tined for mixed-light­ing en­vi­ron­ments where the ex­act dis­play lo­ca­tion is un­cer­tain. Matte is a com­mon choice for print­ing black and white im­ages, as the textured sur­face adds to the fine art feel, while the low glare has less detri­men­tal im­pact on high-con­trast monochrome tones. A key dis­ad­van­tage of matte is print longevity – the sur­face can eas­ily be dam­aged through han­dling and can­not be ef­fec­tively cleaned.

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