After viewing a photo I just made on Facebook and Google Photos on my cell phone, I concluded that my star shapes are hopelessly elongated and my imaging rig is a lost cause. Which was odd, because I didn't notice that while processing the image on my PC.
And, viewing the image again on my PC, the stars are pretty darn round.
What's up with that? Do some cell phones stretch images in unnatural ways? I've got a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, which has an extra-long screen... so I wonder if it's actually stretching things when displaying them. Or... maybe it's my PC monitor that's wrong! Or, perhaps phones are somehow less forgiving when it comes to the shapes of your stars.
Most people view photos on their phones these days, so it would kind of suck if this were the current trend in how phones display images. Has anyone else noticed this?
Edited by BoldlyGoing, 21 October 2019 - 08:22 PM.