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Subject: Re: Processing Images from RAW to Print

If you're going to do your own printing, I would save the final image as a PSD or TIF image. Either one of those formats is lossless and will enable you to retain the quality of the raw image. Then, if you decide to send the image to a processor that only accepts JPEG images, you can make a copy to send. I agree with the comments about using the adjustment layers. If you simply go into Image/Adjustments and do as you are doing, each time you make an adjustment your controls start at the default setting. But if you use adjustment layers you can open that setting and the adjustment that you have made will be "stored" in that adjustment layer and you can tweak the adjustment as required. Another big plus is that the adjustments do not alter the original image pixels. So that is something you should look into.


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