How does one prepare night-time photographs (long exposures of starfields, moonlight, city lights, etc.) for printing? Do particular paper types (e.g. metallic) work better for this purpose?
As it is, normal daytime photographs print much darker than they appear on monitors (since paper doesn't emit its own light). I'm wondering how to print inherently dark photos without losing shadow detail entirely.
Or do dark photos just need to be displayed under really bright lighting?