Preparing images for the web
I'm a commercial photographer so most of the work I do for my clients is on high-resolution images and I seldom need to prepare photos for the web, unless it's just a quick web gallery for review, etc. However, this spring I'm finally getting around to updating my personal web site and I'm not sure what the best methods are for getting my images ready for the web so they look as good as they can.
What do you folks recommend? The photos I want to use are a mix of black and white (some with duotones) and color. They're all tiff files currently and I use CS3 as well as a number of assorted raw converters. I have my own methods of getting files ready for the web, but I'm not sure if I'm actually doing things "correctly." Any suggestions, comments, workflow steps would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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