Digital Displays: How can something so right, be so wrong?

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Sal R Forum Member • Posts: 58
Digital Displays: How can something so right, be so wrong?

All current display devices exhibit what I call "compositional discrimination". The term refers to the targeted image resizing that takes place when the composition of the photograph does not match the orientation of the display.

If you are tired of manipulating your tablets and smartphones to view full sized images, are frustrated that all of your vertical images are being downsized to fit on your computer or would like to view a slideshow that consists of same-sized images, regardless of their orientation, check out my article.

http://m.dpreview.com/articles/9072370262/digital-displays-how-can-something-so-right-be-so-wrong

All comments and suggestions are welcomed.

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