When visiting a photo gallery while on vacation, I was awestruck looking at some of the prints they were selling. Many of them had a glowing effect just like the pictures you see at the mall with a light behind them, but with no light. I didn't believe it, so the sales rep dimmed the room lights and sure enough, the print's glowing effect dimmed along with it. He told me they were metallic prints. I chose several shots I thought were enlargement worthy and had them printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl paper assuming this would be the "metallic" equivalent. The prints, although very nice, do not have the wow factor they did in the gallery. Besides the ambiance and huge price tags in the gallery, is the only difference my lighting? I have no special lighting for the enlargements, only ambient room lighting. Is there a guide somewhere to show me how to light them better? Am I going to have to spend a fortune to do it? Is there a better or more "metallic" paper?