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pouvrir une photo de caméra raw à Ps .... perte de qualité ?

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Bjr,  j'ai un petit souci que je pense ne pas avoir eu au début de l'utilisation de Ps.  Lorsque je suis dans caméra raw et que j'agrandi un photo à l'écran avec la loupe par exemple, la qualité est très bonne.  Par contre, pour la même photo et le même agrandissement à l'écran, il y a une perte énorme lorsque j'ai ouvert la photo dans P.s. On voit tous les pixels .... Peut-être est-ce un paramétrage ? Merci !Capture d’écran (3013).pngCapture d’écran (3014).png

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I have a little concern that I think I didn't have at the beginning of using Ps.  When I'm in raw camera and I enlarge a photo on the screen with the magnifying glass for example, the quality is very good.  On the other hand, for the same photo and the same magnification on the screen, there is a huge loss when I opened the photo in P.s. We see all the pixels.... Maybe it's a set-up? Thank you!

You have set Camera Raw to resize the image to 900 x 601 pixels when it opens in Photoshop.

Go to Camera Raw preferences > Workflow (press Ctrl + K, or click the text below the filmstrip).

Then uncheck Resize to fit, or enter the pixel dimensions you want.

 

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pouvrir une photo de caméra raw à Ps .... perte de qualité ?

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Bjr,  j'ai un petit souci que je pense ne pas avoir eu au début de l'utilisation de Ps.  Lorsque je suis dans caméra raw et que j'agrandi un photo à l'écran avec la loupe par exemple, la qualité est très bonne.  Par contre, pour la même photo et le même agrandissement à l'écran, il y a une perte énorme lorsque j'ai ouvert la photo dans P.s. On voit tous les pixels .... Peut-être est-ce un paramétrage ? Merci !Capture d’écran (3013).pngCapture d’écran (3014).png

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I have a little concern that I think I didn't have at the beginning of using Ps.  When I'm in raw camera and I enlarge a photo on the screen with the magnifying glass for example, the quality is very good.  On the other hand, for the same photo and the same magnification on the screen, there is a huge loss when I opened the photo in P.s. We see all the pixels.... Maybe it's a set-up? Thank you!

You have set Camera Raw to resize the image to 900 x 601 pixels when it opens in Photoshop.

Go to Camera Raw preferences > Workflow (press Ctrl + K, or click the text below the filmstrip).

Then uncheck Resize to fit, or enter the pixel dimensions you want.

 

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I have a little concern that I think I didn't have at the beginning of using Ps.  When I'm in raw camera and I enlarge a photo on the screen with the magnifying glass for example, the quality is very good.  On the other hand, for the same photo and the same magnification on the screen, there is a huge loss when I opened the photo in P.s. We see all the pixels.... Maybe it's a set-up? Thank you!

You have set Camera Raw to resize the image to 900 x 601 pixels when it opens in Photoshop.

Go to Camera Raw preferences > Workflow (press Ctrl + K, or click the text below the filmstrip).

Then uncheck Resize to fit, or enter the pixel dimensions you want.

 

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Un tout grand merci !   ça fonctionne ...  Thank's !

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