2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 12, 2017 2:22 AM by f30055449

    Why does it take longer for LR to render a sharp photo than a non-sharp one ?

    f30055449 Level 1


      Looking at a series of photos in 1:1 resolution in Library mode (or Develop mode), I go from photo to photo by pressing the right arrow.

      It takes about 1-2 seconds to go from photo to photo and shows "Loading" meanwhile.

      However I noticed that when the next photo is not super-sharp it shows it immediately without spending these 1-2 seconds loading it.


      Why is that ? Does LR decide that it's not going to bother doing its usual proper job of developing the photo if it sees it is not super-sharp ?


      Thanks for any insights as of what LR does differently for a sharper photo. (I am using the current LR CC version for Windows)