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Jpegs for output


Of course, I don’t edit files just to archive them! My files, and yours, can have one, two or three destinations - to be printed, uploaded to the web, or sent to the customer.

Except in very rare circumstances, all three of those output destinations require Jpeg format. So Jpeg files are very important at the end of my workflow, but here’s the critical point: Jpegs are disposable files. I make ’em, I use ’em, I throw ’em away.

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Ok how do I check the quality of the jpeg please? You said you save yours at 70, just trying to work out how I can check mine? Sorry for all the questions, but no point me pretending to know what I'm doing.. ?

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