Tiff vs jpeg for panorama retouching

Started Jun 23, 2013 | Questions thread
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RichyjV
RichyjV Contributing Member • Posts: 719
Re: Tiff vs jpeg for panorama retouching

harrygilbert wrote:

I shoot series in RAW, and after performing adjustment for lens distortion, color balance, etc. (same for each shot in series), convert to TIF. If I need to apply some other filter, I do so in a Photoshop batch to each file in the series. Use Microsoft ICE to make final panorama, with output to TIF. Yes, the file is huge, but I can make a single conversion to a JPG of any size, compression, and resolution in Photoshop. This workflow has worked well for me.

I shoot in raw, do a batch set of adjustments in camera raw just like this. Then I exit camera raw, and from bridge select photomerge from photoshop using the edited raws, which then loads them up and take it from there, everything in 16bit right up until saving. Took this a couple of days ago, 30000 pixels long using this workflow.

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Rich

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