Too many photographers spend their time in iPhoto, Photoshop, Aperture etc, making changes to their images when they are zoomed in. If you zoom to 200% or more and start working on an image, particularly if you’re cloning or working with color, you’ll have an unrealistic view of how the overall image will look when you’re done.
Working at 100% (except at times when you really need to zoom in for a short period of time on a very small problem area) will yield the best results.
Latest posts by Scott Bourne (see all)
- How To Be A Photofocus Photographer Of The Day - October 20, 2016
- The Single Biggest Advantage Of Being A Micro Four Thirds Camera User - October 20, 2016
- Live Speaker Schedule for Thursday at Photo Plus Expo - October 19, 2016