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deuce 10-12-2007 8:06 PM

Okay, I am obviously an idiot, but there is no book to figure out my issue. Cannot convert RAW to JPG? I finish post processing and that is not one of my options.........????? <BR> <BR>Anyway....day one and I am lost.......

deuce 10-12-2007 8:28 PM

Figured it out by way of Dragon88 from WBer.... <BR> <BR>Thanks Dragon88..... <BR> <BR>EDIT- <b>Dragon88 post</b> <BR> <BR>Check to make sure you're converting your images from 16 bit to 8 bit before attempting to save them as JPEG. <BR> <BR>Image>Mode>8 bit <BR> <BR>(Message edited by Deuce on October 12, 2007)

cmawsr 10-13-2007 12:57 AM

EJ, I convert to tiff(from DPP) and edit in tiff, then only convert to jpeg as my final web output. IMHO you should only have a jpeg as a final web output. You lose quality just opening a jpeg in photoshop(or any other program)

bakes5 10-13-2007 5:39 AM

You don't lose quality "just opening" a JPEG. You lose the quality whenever you save it. <BR> <BR>Bakes

richd 10-13-2007 6:40 AM

Does Dr. Brown's image processor (a PS plugin free on the Adobe site) work with PS6? If I remember correctly it worked well when converting lots of RAW files in PS.

cmawsr 10-13-2007 9:35 AM

I may have misread something. But(like you said) you will have to save if you do any edits. So starting with a tiff is a better option if you have disk space and memory <BR> <BR>(Message edited by cmawsr on October 13, 2007) <BR> <BR>(Message edited by cmawsr on October 13, 2007)

deuce 10-13-2007 4:42 PM

So if I was going to take a file to Costco to have them print up poster size, how should I be saving the file?


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