Visualización errónea cuando trabajo en pixeles

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Mar 31, 2021 Mar 31, 2021

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Cuando trabajo archivos en pixels, la visualización del archivo en el programa de Photoshop es siempre más pequeña de la real y dificulta mucho el trabajo. Lo pongo a tamaño real a 100% y siempre es mucho más pequeña. Una vez guardado el archivo y lo abro desde otro lugar que no sea Photoshop sí se ve a su tamaño real pero cuando la trabajo en Photoshop no.

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Mar 31, 2021 Mar 31, 2021

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Photoshop’s View > 100% is supposed to map 1 image pixel to 1 screen pixel. 
If other applications like browsers display images at some magnification (probably 200%) to compensate for high resolution displays that has nothing to do with Photoshop and calling that »su tamaño real« might indicate some misunderstanding. 

 

Could you please post a screenshot of an image of 100px x 100px taken at View > 100% with the pertinent Panels (Toolbar, Layers, Channels, Options Bar, …) visible and one of the same image opened in one of the other applications? 

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»Pixel« is not a unit of measurement of length like mm. 

An image’s resolution determines a pixel’s intended spatial dimension, but as mentioned before this has nothing to do with Photoshop’s View > 100% – this plainly relates image pixels to monitor pixels. 

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Apr 01, 2021 Apr 01, 2021

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"When I work files in pixels, the display of the file in the Photoshop program is always smaller than the real one"

 

It sounds like you are using a high pixel density monitor. On such monitors, browsers often scale the image to 200% i.e. they use 4 screen pixels to display 1 image pixel. So they are not in fact displaying the "real one"  but are displaying a scaled up version. Photoshop does not do that as any scaling can introduce artifacts. As c.pfaffenbichler correctly explained, at 100% zoom Photoshop maps one image pixel onto one screen pixel.  If you want to scale it up to use 4 screen pixels for each image pixel, view at 200% zoom.

 

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