Bryan Posted August 1, 2016 Share Posted August 1, 2016 We are still seeing the bottom of images being clipped in some of the available views, often destroying the sense of the photo. The treatment appears to differ between landscape and portrait images. Landscape: The large thumbnail default view and, surprisingly, the zoomed view, are both clipped. As far as I can see, it is only when the user opts to use the smaller thumbnail view or clicks onto a currently zoomed image for a maximum sized view that the entire image is displayed. OK, for a lot of shots this makes little difference, but, for some, important detail is missing. Take, for example, my image GD618R, a shot of a pub, the large thumbnail and the zoomed view show a truncated version of the image, which looks quite unattractive. Portrait: In some ways the default portrait view is even worse, although, in this case, the zoomed view does show an un-cropped image. See for example GB32EM, which shows a cyclist near the bottom of the frame. The default view is horrible, I would not be tempted to zoom it! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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