Saving to different file formats


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Saving to different file formats

When you've completed the scanning process, you want to perform one more thing and that is to save your images, and in part of that saving process is choosing a file format. And one of the reasons why this is so important is, earlier in the course, we talked about things like interpolation and compression, and minimizing those to maintain the quality of your image. Well, in the spirit of at least doing no harm to your images, you want to choose the proper file format for how you want to use your images and be aware that certain file formats, such as JPEG will actually apply compression to your image and it can downgrade the quality of your image.

So let's discuss various file formats you might use to save your scanned images, and let's start with this really beautiful portrait of Isaac that was taken by Lucas Deming, the photographer at lynda.com. I love this picture, and we're working in Photoshop of course, because it's kind of a standard application and your dialog ...

Saving to different file formats
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Saving to different file formats provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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