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Don't trust anything more or less than 100% preview

Added on Tuesday 22nd of April 2008 07:15 am EST
 
Application:
Adobe Photoshop CS/CS2/CS3
Operating Systems:
Microsoft Windows, Macintosh


When previewing your onscreen images in Photoshop, you’ll probably encounter weird anomalies occasionally. Take for example, moiré patterns. As we discussed in the article “An extensive look at moiré patterns, Part 1: 3 ways to reduce moiré patterns in scanned images” in this issue of Inside Photoshop, moiré patterns are a visual nuisance. However, an even bigger nuisance is going through corrections to fix a problem when one doesn’t actually exist.
                The truth is, only the 100% preview will reveal what your ...