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Save it as a .RAW image. This saves it with every pixel in it’s true color. JPEG images are compacted by reducing the information per pixel it needs to save. The amount of compression depends on the type of JPEG you save it as. You can save a 11″ x 14″ image in a 4Kb file but don’t expect that saved file to reproduce back into a good 11 x 14 picture.
Ok.. I think that might be the problem all my photos are in jpeg and my publisher needs them in .raw . How can i transfer them?
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How do I save a picture in High resolution using Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Publisher?
Saving files as PSD also preserves all pixel data, as well as layers. If you only need to send high-res *flat* files, I would suggest saving them as TIFF files.
I’d have to check, but I’m fairly sure neither of those programs save in RAW. Additionally, if your publisher can open raw, I guarantee they can open TIFF and PSD.
Is it possible to transer a pic that was saved in jpeg to TIFF ?
If you have photoshop you can simply save it as a TIFF file.
Ok, tried this and my publisher said the dpi/ressolution is too low. Suggestions?
Get a new photo. If the DPI is too low, nothing will change that.
right click, save as, then tiff
For reproduction in a newspaper, there’s nothing wrong with jpg, as long as the resolution is adequate. I’ve never submitted to the Star-Tribune, but the ones I have sent things to all have requested pretty much the same thing:
jpg @ max quality
Sized to 8×10 (2400×3000)
actually you can change the dpi of a picture in paint, go to image>attributes and change the resolution there. then reopen in photoshop and save as a TIFF
Does the camera determine the dpi?
When I transfer images from the camera card and save them
as is, to the computer (as tiff), they still only have 72dpi.
Camera is set on the highest resolution.
Is there a way to increase the dpi?
I have the same problem.
What I did, I open a photoshop application and create a new file, set an intended dpi/ppi, e.g. 360 or 720. Then I paste my figure into this new file and safe as .tif. Hope this help.
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