Re: 16-bit jpegs
On Jun 5, 5:29 am, Conrad <cweil...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I have CS3 setup so that jpegs open in Camera Raw (4.0) handling
program (16-bit). When I open these jpegs in Photoshop, they are 16-
bit files (at least under Mode examination). Is there any advantage to
this for working on jpeg images? I realize that the jpeg files are
very much smaller than RAW files and may not have the latitude for any
Thank you all for answering my question. Really appreciated.
- Re: Getting JPEGs images to show in their Finder icons.
... the Finder. ... In Photoshop, go to Preferences/File Handling and ensure that the checkboxes ... 'Macintosh Thumbnail' and 'Windows Thumbnail' are checked. ... When I press the Okay button, another window appears, called JPEG Options. ...
- Re: RAW...then Photoshop is this not Cheating.
... Photoshop is not magic. ... Photoshopped images aren't 'fake' any more than your jpegs - which your D70 'faked' from the RAW images it captured when you took the shots. ... P'raps you don't realize that *all* dSLR images are shot RAW; either the camera converts to jpeg, ... Computer software is a hell of a lot more powerful than any camera software, and allows converting the file to tiff, dng, or other formats that arent as lossy as jpeg, and with more accuracy. ...
- Re: Maintain Photo Definition
... > I am not printing from Photoshop. ... > picture, format and scale in Publisher with good resolution. ... You are placing a JPEG in Photoshop. ...
- Re: tiff or bmap file format for quality
... I have been told that jpeg reduces the quality of the ... editing with photoshop, how can i get the photos to save as desktop with one ... Also if i want to email a photo to someone ...
- Re: 8-bit and 16-bit images
... Alas this situation does happen in landscape photos ... Typically the rounding errors would cancel ... years ago (say Photoshop 4 or 5 era) but every author I've ever read ... off part of the image's finer points when you did the jpeg compression. ...