glossy print

glossy print

[′gläs·ē ‚print]
(graphic arts)
A photograph dried on a ferrotype plate or drum; the surface has a glazed appearance and is not easily scratched or soiled in handling.
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ORDER a glossy print of any of our photos to be delivered to your door, or have the image emailed to you.
Top Magazine Publication in the area, high quality glossy print, featuring local businesses and people.
You can choose matte or glossy print surfaces with the controller.
In the process, the found photograph is drained of all sentimental, souvenir, in some cases even deictic value, and the final product, a glossy print bluntly titled with a random four-digit number followed by the year of completion, yields only a trace of its ancestor.
For the NYC market, the brand is being supported with glossy print ad inserts in consumer magazines distributed in the New York area.
The 8in x 10in glossy print is a beautiful memory of the woman we lost one year ago.
It all seems so simple - until the camera's editorializing begins and your personality stands jay-naked on a glossy print.
The new scan to print system uses Canon's 44-inch imagePROGRAF W8400D dye-based printer to deliver outstanding color performance and gradation on both plain and glossy print media.
2 megapixel Olympus C-990ZOOM, takes about 90 seconds to churn out a single hi-res glossy print.
Our new glossy discs have a high-sheen surface, similar to the glossy print paper photographers use," explained Ron Hanafin, Verbatim Product Marketing Manager.
The new W8400D dye-ink model offers outstanding color performance and gradation on both plain and glossy print media, and complements the excellent coloration, light resistance, water resistance and color stability afforded by the pigment-ink imagePROGRAF W8400Pg, released in May of this year.