Last year we began carrying a new type of framing glass called UltraView. The glass is composed of a water white substrate with an anti-reflective coating. The substrate helps preserve color and clarity while the coating cuts reflection down to less than 1%. As an added bonus, the glass blocks 65% of UV radiation.
Previously, the only way to get the anti-reflective look was framing with Museum Glass. Museum is fantastic, however the price was its only negative property. UltraView is much less expensive than Museum, which made it very popular last year.
The image above depicts two framed photographs. The frame on the left contains standard framing glass. The frame on the right contains UltraView. As you can see, using UltraView makes a big difference in the clarity of the piece.