Do you notice pixelated pictures when zoomed-in in lightroom?

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QOTD from melissa: "I have a question for your fans regarding lightroom... I recently discovered that my photo editing program merges my images after a slight change to the picture when saved. The image was badly pixelated when zoomed in but you don't notice when viewing the whole picture. I am wondering if people who use lightroom notice this with the program."

Sara: Yes it does that to me too! I always export it as a dng, put into photoshop before saving as a jpeg. Makes a world of difference.

Cate: wait what? I dont really underswtand I am sorry!

Melissa:  I will have to try that, thank you Sara :) Cate i found out that if i made any changes (even just a slight crop) and saved the picture the program would take the ever so sharp picture and pixelate it so it loses the sharpness

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