I had an interesting thing happen while drymounting four 4x6 photos yesterday. I was pre-mounting the photos onto Fusion 4000 with a temp of 190 degrees. In the press my package included (from bottom up) a drymount board, the Fusion 4000, the photos, a piece of release paper, and another mount board on top. I placed the package in the press for 3 minutes. Then after removing, I placed it under glass to cool. After removing the release paper from the photos, I was shocked to find the glossy finish was runied on the photos. These were not digital photos, but regualr photos. To remedy the situation, I laminated the photos with a matte finish adhesive and they looked fine. Questions -- why did this happen? did I remedy the situation correctly? Customer is happy, so I guess I did the right thing. Any advice appreciate.