Would you call this pixel peeping:

Started Jan 5, 2014 | Discussions thread
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fotolopithecus Senior Member • Posts: 1,699
Re: Would you call this pixel peeping:

Prognathous wrote:

When I'm showing pictures from a trip to friends, I prefer to display the picture on my FullHD 50" TV rather than pass around small prints. In some cases, the picture contains multiple subjects and many interesting details, so I switch to 100% magnification and show specific parts which include details I consider worth focusing on. In practice, I use the same technique people use when pixel peeping (100% magnification), and if image quality is lacking it's tough for me not to notice it, though I don't tend to point to technical shortcomings. Would you call this practice "pixel peeping"?

Prog.
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Well yes it's pixel peeping. What's wrong with pixel peeping?

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