I know that I can simply frame my LF inkjet photos "traditionally". However, I like the satin-finish paper, and glass/plexi (whether shiny or unreflective) defeats the look of the satin paper. It doesn't allow for the surface "texture" I want.
Also, for my photos, the less "frame", the better (for aesthetic reasons). In NYC galleries, I've seen large photos which seemed to be mounted on some kind of thick board that protruded a few inches from the wall, and didn't seem to have any frame. There also didn't seem to be any kind of glass covering the photo, but I guess that it was protected somehow from the elements and human fingers.
So, I'm wondering if you know any "tricks" I could use to get this kind of result. Or if you know of any books that address mounting techniques in depth, including how various "glues" interact with the digital photograph paper and ink over time. (No good to have something that looks nice now but is wrinkly or discolored in a year).
Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.