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Don′t trust anything more-or less-than 100% preview(CS2/CS3/CS4/CS5)

Added on Tuesday 2nd of August 2011 07:36 am EST
 

Application:
Adobe Photoshop CS/CS2/CS3
Operating System:
Macintosh, Microsoft Windows

 

When previewing your onscreen images in Photoshop, you’ll probably encounter weird anomalies occasionally. Take for example, moiré patterns. 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 file truly looks like. As shown in Figure A, the woman’s mesh veil—shown at 100% magnification—appears to have a slight moiré pattern. However, look at the same image previewed at 66% and 133% magn...