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    Default Re: Zig-Zag Line (Not straight Line)

    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    History of digital photography has a link with the olden (date or age ) with the Roman empire when they start using different coloured mozaic tiles to form a picture or mural on the floor / wall.
    Wow, History. I failed history. lol

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    Default Re: Zig-Zag Line (Not straight Line)

    In layman's term, anti aliasing basically means smoothing of jaggys in lines/shapes by blurring the edges slightly so that the transition of the colours are smoother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lypklypk View Post
    In layman's term, anti aliasing basically means smoothing of jaggys in lines/shapes by blurring the edges slightly so that the transition of the colours are smoother.
    Thank you lypklypk,

    I understand now. Currently, I only know how to sharpen. For bluring the edges, I need to learn further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nice1888 View Post
    Thank you lypklypk,

    I understand now. Currently, I only know how to sharpen. For bluring the edges, I need to learn further.
    then, the next question you'll post : why my picture is not sharp ?

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    Default Re: Zig-Zag Line (Not straight Line)

    Hi there,

    I hope this will help you to understand why some lines certain lines will appear to be really jagged in a digital image.



    Its basically the reality of an analog representation to a digital grid data. Also being displayed in a grid array monitor pixels, which may again introduce further moire patterns and jaggies at different magnifications.

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