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10-23-2004 07:59 PM  13 years agoPost 1
DANNO

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ok, so each time you resave your jpeg file you loose some detail, right? so whats the proper proceedure? take the pic in raw format, work with it in raw format, and when your finished editing convert to jpeg?

thanks

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10-23-2004 08:37 PM  13 years agoPost 2
wwellman

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You can take the original picture in RAW or uncompressed TIF. Then work on it in either format without loss of quality. I prefer to take the original in TIF and work on it as a TIF file it can get pretty large but there is no loss of quality.

Walter

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10-23-2004 08:43 PM  13 years agoPost 3
z11355

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New England

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many/most of the mid-level cameras can't
directly save in TIFF (note that 2nd F
or RAW. So you'd be limited to saving
in the best format the camera supports
and then iteratively work/save in TIFF or
other lossless format.

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10-23-2004 08:50 PM  13 years agoPost 4
wwellman

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Also known as tagged information file format

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10-23-2004 11:14 PM  13 years agoPost 5
ericslife

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Do you need a program to do this with.? or will windows work.
eric d

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