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Damien Symonds

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  1. DNG is a raw file. You have to open it in Camera Raw first, exactly the same as you did with the last raw file.
  2. Leave it on that. Well, go and find them now.
  3. Now, we need to get back to your actual question. Have you found the raw files of your group shoot?
  4. You achieved it! Do you feel proud?
  5. PLEASE just do it, so I know you know how.
  6. And make sure you click here to change from Adobe RGB to sRGB the way it should be.
  7. Finally! A raw file! Go ahead and increase the Exposure slider so it's not so darn dark, then do the noise removal. Then press "Open" to bring the photo into Photoshop, THEN you can take the 100% crop to show us.
  8. The jpegs are fubar. Please ignore them.
  9. https://www.damiensymonds.net/2010/02/trash-those-jpegs.html
  10. No, it's not a raw file.
  11. Come on Kristie, Brian and I are happy to help you, but you have to help us. Do you still have the raw file of this photo?
  12. No, that's not the original photo from your camera. It's MUCH too small. That file is not even one megapixel. I'm sure your camera is 10, 20 or more megapixels, yes?
  13. No, the original file. That came out of your camera.
  14. No, show me a screenshot of the full-size original photo open in Photoshop.
  15. Your settings are correct, but you have to have the full-size original photo open of course.
  16. Remember how proud you were when you learned to take a screenshot? Well, you'll be proud when you achieve this too. You can do it, I believe in you.
  17. No, try again. Make sure your Marquee Tool is set to 'Fixed Size', and enter 700x700.
  18. It's not the right size. Read the instructions again: https://www.damiensymonds.net/2013/09/grabbing-700x700px-100-crop.html
  19. No, that's definitely not right.
  20. You will need to use Photoshop to follow the linked instructions.
  21. Come on @Kristie3 don't keep us in suspense! We need those 100% crops.
  22. Once the layered file is saved as a PSD, then yes, flatten the layers, crop to print size, sharpen, then save as a jpeg.
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