Zoom incrementally Photoshop CS6


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Zooming incrementally

In this movie, I'll show you a few ways to incrementally zoom in and out from an image. I'm seeing this image at a 25% view size. And I know that because I see 25% up here on the title and I also see it listed down here in this field in the bottom left corner of the Image Window. Now that's great for taking in the image wide, that means I'm not seeing much detail, because after all, what Photoshop is doing is showing me, one quarter of the pixels both horizontally and vertically. So it's really only showing me one out of every 16 pixels, and it's doing so by averaging the colors inside the image.

If I want to zoom in so that I can take in more detail, I could go up to the View menu and choose the Zoom In command, but you end up zooming in and out so much in the software, you're better off using the keyboard shortcuts, and they're very easy to memorize, it's Ctrl++ or Command++ on the Mac to Zoom In and Ctrl+- or Command+- on the Mac to Zoom Out. So let m...

Zooming incrementally
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Zooming incrementally provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
Software:
Photoshop
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