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    ckristoff
    ckristoff  9938 forum posts Wales
    4 Jun 2009 - 8:57 PM

    Hello friends,

    now I'm no whizz at Photoshop, as some may already know.

    This evening I've uploaded my latest image of Caerfai Bay.

    My question is, why do I get a lower quality looking image that is loaded into Photoshop CS, after processing it to the best of my ability in DPP, and looking acceptable, I then save it as a Tiff file.

    I'm not sure if I've noticed this phenomenon before?


    Cheers,


    Frank.

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    LeighRebecca
    4 Jun 2009 - 10:26 PM

    I haven't noticed it, and I use dpp then a tiff into elements 6.

    ckristoff
    ckristoff  9938 forum posts Wales
    5 Jun 2009 - 9:03 AM

    Chris,

    thank you very much for your suggestion. I assume that Photoshop needs to be open before I attempt that!

    I've seen that option but never tried it before. Of course I still have the original raw image, so I could try it again.

    Thanks very much for your advice.


    Frank.

    Stuart_B
    Stuart_B  5 England
    5 Jun 2009 - 10:44 AM

    Photoshop should open automatically after clicking on the transfer to PS link.


    Quote: Chris,

    thank you very much for your suggestion. I assume that Photoshop needs to be open before I attempt that!

    I've seen that option but never tried it before. Of course I still have the original raw image, so I could try it again.

    Thanks very much for your advice.


    Frank.

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    ckristoff
    ckristoff  9938 forum posts Wales
    5 Jun 2009 - 1:40 PM

    Hello Stuart,

    thank you for confirming that.

    Appreciated,


    Frank.

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