Please define "pixel peeping".

Started May 14, 2013 | Discussions thread
leno Senior Member • Posts: 1,257
Re: Similar to not seeing the forest for the trees

dsjtecserv wrote:

Gary Fischman wrote:

Pixel peeping is the questionable practice of worrying about individual pixels of an image, and not actually looking at the image itself.

Actually, its the ability to see both the forest and the trees, and use both inputs to optimize the quality of the results.

Dave

No Pixel peeping is only applied to those who have lost perspective and not rational about what they are looking at.

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