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  1. #1
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    Adobe bridge and photoshop cs4

    Got a Weird problem. But enough about that, I have an issue with Adobe bridge and photoshop CS4 

    Basically the images look really soft when reviewing them in fill screen on bridge. When I look at them using windows image viewer or anything else they are fine. If I zoom in they look as they should. But previewing them at full size they look soft and makes me think there is a problem with the lens. In photoshop it's the same.
    Any ideas? I have a compatible graphics card and hardware acceleration is being used.

    Thanks. It's just annoying to have this problem!!
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  2. #2
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    Its prolly the way CS4 renders the images. I know when I'm in PP the images will look soft unless I'm viewing them at 25%, 33.33%, 50%, or 100%.
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    Post processing.. I was talking about CS4 sorry for not clarifying
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    hmmm bit weird thought I think. Dont know why it wouldnt show it how it actually is at full size.

    Means I have to resort to crappy windows viewer to see it in its "glory"!
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    Sigma 85mm F1.4
    Sigma 15-30 F3.5 - 4.5



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  5. #5
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    have you tried reinstalling CS4? Can you take a screenshot of the problem?
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    Vertical Grip, SB-600, SB-24, Sunpak 433D, Metz 40AF-4N, Alienbees CyberSync Triggers

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    Sorry r3g. Been away from the Internet today. Don't think there is anything the matter with it. Think that's the way it's supposed to be. Just thought there was maybe an option to set that would sort it out
    Nikon D700
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    Sigma 85mm F1.4
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    "It's better to be hurt by the truth than comforted by a lie"

  7. #7
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    Hi Herc,
    Pretty sure that there is no problem. Going to full screen in Bridge means a load of interpolation because you can't go to pixel = pixel as your image is (say) 4000 pixels wide and your screen is probably between 1280 and 1440. That's why the images look good at other mags.

    Roger

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    Hey Herc, the issue (non issue in reality) is with the thumbnail setting under preferences... default should be to view for speed (Quick Thumbnail), there is also a High Quality and Convert to high quality when previewed. hth
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