When syncing a collection from what is now Lightroom Classic, to Lightroom mobile (now Lightroom CC), the Grid view shows horrible low res thumbnails in the Lightroom CC app's on iPad or iPhone. I do not believe this used to be the case before the Lightroom CC changes this fall.
Selecting any image directly immediately shows the same size image, but at the much sharper quality. This is the case both in the long press feature, and going into edit or the other mobile modules.
I realize there are differences between smart previews, and 1:1, but why do the images in the grid view display at a lower quality than even smart preview? and at such a low resolution? Is there a setting or sync trick that display's and acceptable quality image in gridview?
When presenting a collection of images to a client on a mobile device, you simply cannot show them in the mobile gridview and be respected for your photography.The below screenshots (slightly compressed because jpg) show the gridview images, when clicking the middle photo, it stays the same size, but drastically increases in sharpness to what I believe is simply smart preview and not 1:1. Why the gridview is so much worse quality I cannot understand. This doesn't change whether i have them stored locally or accessed via internet.