Hey guys! I need your help on this one... I've been googling and trying to figure out why O' why I'm getting these weird lines throughout my designs randomly (inside the red circles). Started happening the last 2 weeks on both of my computers. NOTE: the original jpg is fine, only distorts when uploaded to the server!!! So i'm thinking it might be my process...
If anyone has a solution or an idea to fix this please let me know, I've attached a zoomed in version to see how crappy the lines look.
Also if you like the design, don't hesitate to like this shot ;)
almost 2 years ago
dunno man its quite a blurry attachment, maybe its just the compression? is it only on gradients? try this http://slodive.com/photoshop/how-to-correct-banding-in-your-gradients-using-photoshop/
@William Gilbert attachment is blurry because I wanted to show the weird lines closer. Its nots not only gradients, text too: http://cl.ly/1i38172P2X2p2U2n1L1i
Looks like a compression artefact? Does it happen regardless the file format you save it? png vs jpg?
@Razvan it exports fine. When I upload it to dribbble or any server it gets the lines. I've never had this issue in my 5 years of using photoshop. I will try exporting PNG and see if results are the same.
@David also try to upload using a different browser or ftp client. It looks like it's not a photoshop problem if the file looks ok after exporting.
UPDATE!!! Okay looks like chrome is previewing it weird: http://cl.ly/1V0L2Y1T3E3F2r072e0H
check original link here: www.kovastudio.com
Its NOT an extension add on... what could it be?!
I have the same problem with chrome... dunno why.
Seems many others are experiencing something similar, if not identical:
You probably just have to sit back and wait for the Chrome team to address it =/
The artifacts are even more obvious in a recent shot of @Haziq Mir's: http://dribbble.com/shots/582510-Dribbble-Backgrounds?list=following
thanks @Derek Johnson I thought I must've been going crazy or something. Hope they fix it soon, otherwise i'll have to leave chrome :(
Chrome must be having similar issue to what ie had with png images, problems rendering them (the black halo around pngs). So weird that a newer browser would be having issues with jpgs.
UPDATE: Chrome has fixed the issue and all is good now! Please keep using the coolestest browser ever... chrome :)
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