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The surfaces of gloss papers are very smooth and highly reflective. Their blacks are extremely strong, so they produce the most punchy images. High gloss papers aren't suitable for handling due to their tendency to scratch. Papers with a semi-gloss surface will have a slight reflective surface, but the surface is robust and will stand up to handling well - in addition to hiding minor imperfections, like fingerprints and small scratches, it will also hold up well in the long run. Glossy papers can be difficult to frame since they need to be held flat and also reflect light when behind glass.
You can choose from resin coated and fibre based papers:
The gloss range extends from subtle gloss (satin) to mid lustre (pearl) through to high gloss (baryta).