Simple processing after scanning slides

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Tomm111 Contributing Member • Posts: 732
Re: Simple processing after scanning slides

just Tony wrote:

To add onto Macro Guy’s comments, you should avoid doing multiple cycles of modifying a jpg file, saving it, reopening, making new changes, resaving it, etc. Each new saving of a jpg introduces additional losses in the compression of the data.

Good luck with the big job, I’m getting started on it here too.

This is also the reason to use RAW, you have a base image you can work from, and go back to.  I find RAW easier to process, if needed than jpegs. You can also specify the desired size you want, and with the saved RAW go back and make a different size image with all the image data. Jpeg really limits what you can do.

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