How come all my JPEGs in PS looks grainy?


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nerdie

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Hi, i'm using PS 7.0
Now when i open all JPEGs, it looks extremely poor quality, very grainy...
But when i open with windows media viewer or editor, it looks normal, even in IE it looks the normal colours as i do when i took the photo (6MP)
Can anyone help me?
Thanks in advance!
 

dnd8008

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nerdie said:
Hi, i'm using PS 7.0
Now when i open all JPEGs, it looks extremely poor quality, very grainy...
But when i open with windows media viewer or editor, it looks normal, even in IE it looks the normal colours as i do when i took the photo (6MP)
Can anyone help me?
Thanks in advance!
when you look at the pic at odd % zoom eg. 16.66%, you can get grainy photos.

Try at the standard zoom eg 12.5, 25%.
 

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nerdie said:
Hi, i'm using PS 7.0
Now when i open all JPEGs, it looks extremely poor quality, very grainy...
But when i open with windows media viewer or editor, it looks normal, even in IE it looks the normal colours as i do when i took the photo (6MP)
Can anyone help me?
Thanks in advance!
I could be wrong on this, but I think you can select in the preferences what resampling algorithm is used for looking at images at a different scale than 1:1 (pixel-per-pixel). If you choose a poor (but fast) algorithm there, like next-neighbour, it may look horrible and somehwat "grainy" on the screen.

I don't own Photoshop 7.0, so I cannot tell you exactly where in the preferences this may be hidden.
 

nerdie

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dnd8008 said:
when you look at the pic at odd % zoom eg. 16.66%, you can get grainy photos.

Try at the standard zoom eg 12.5, 25%.
Still grainy at standard zooms :dunno:
 

nerdie

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LittleWolf said:
I could be wrong on this, but I think you can select in the preferences what resampling algorithm is used for looking at images at a different scale than 1:1 (pixel-per-pixel). If you choose a poor (but fast) algorithm there, like next-neighbour, it may look horrible and somehwat "grainy" on the screen.

I don't own Photoshop 7.0, so I cannot tell you exactly where in the preferences this may be hidden.
I own PS 7.0 and i still don't know.. haha :dunno:
 

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nerdie said:
Still grainy at standard zooms :dunno:
sorry bro, I had that prob, but seemed to resolve at standard zoom.... cant help you here.
 

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