Creating new effects in photography is often a question of experimenting with either new software or hardware.
Nikk Wong, another photographer experimenting with prism filters, has developed his own Fractal Filters, specifically designed for photographic use. Instead of using an old school prism, like Sam Hurd does, these filters are intended to have unique prism characteristics, and his different filters are geared towards different types of photography. Using a prism, you’re able to bend the light, which opens up a myriad of possible effects from reflections to rainbows and more nuanced distortions.


Here’s some points to help you decide what to go for.  Glossy Everyone seems to love glossy paper because it makes your designs pop with brightness mainly due to the reflection of light. A dark colour such as black or blue spring off the glossy pages perfectly and makes everything seem more appealing. Something to keep in mind is that, the down side of the gloss is that if it is touched a lot it leaves fingerprints and seems almost dirty. Matte paper allows for more effects with designing such as more shadowing and adding graphic elements.


Technically, matte paper is a better choice because it allows the ink to diffuse by limiting how much light is reflected off the paper.
In comparison to glossy, matte is better for high traffic prints that could be passed around a lot because they do not retain fingerprints, dirt etc.



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