I should know by now, however, I have had of recent the chance to observe a good number of my framed prints hung and have noticed an occassional variation "diff erence" in their presentation.
That difference, when I observe the hung images from an angle as compared to vie wing the hung framed prints directly head on, occasionally shows a "bubble" or " unevenness" texture, "indentations" in the finished print where as others prints look "flush" with the matt, an evenness. In these unquestionable prints, there doesn't seem to be a "texture", just an "evenness" which is what I am striving for.
I am assuming that the prints have been dry mounted for the correct "time". I am utilizing consistantly the same type of matt board for the most part. My papers , sometimes vary, but for the most part its multigrade Ilford fiber based. My ma tt bord,likewise, has been somewhat consistant. My temp on the dry mount press i s constant & correct.
So, (if I take this line of reasoning) if I'm not dry mounting the print long en ough under the press, what other factors may contribute to this "difference", ie . the "bubbley look"?
I'm in need of Enlightenment today! Thank you.