The ability to print from edge to edge on photo paper with no white borders.
Also described as border-free printing at times, the term is used to define photo outputs with no borders, resulting in edge-to-edge printing.
A printing mode that allows you to print without margins on all four sides of the paper.
Printing photos with no white space around the edges. Borderless prints look like photos from a photo lab. Many HP printers have this capability.
This is a printing technique, offered on specific photo printers, that allows prints to be generated without the frame (or nonphotographic dead space) that is often associated with print developing. It enables more photo surface area.