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How to View the True Optical or Visual Quality of Digital Photos using Photoshop CS:
If you can see the entire digital photo on your monitor, you are probably not seeing the actual optical quality of that digital photo. The photo has most likely been compressed to fit on the computer screen. This means that all the image details have also been compressed, and they will appear much sharper or detailed than they actually may be.
To view the true optical or visual quality of a digital photo you need to display the image pixels at 100% view on your monitor. At this view, you are seeing the actual quality of the digital photo in terms of image sharpness and detail, along with any other image issues that may be present. Of course, this would be like looking at any photo enlargement print at just a few inches away, but it will give you the true optical view of your digital photo, and with our advanced digital photo processing system, this is precisely how your photo enlargements will print.
If you use any version of Photoshop, or even many other image editing applications, it is very easy to inspect your digital photo’s true visual quality. Simply open the original digital photo file and zoom to 100% magnification. Then take the move tool and look all around the image to see exactly how it will print when enlarged.