||Top Ten Digital Photography Tips|
|Subject:||Printing Digital Pictures taken in RAW format|
Response to: Printing Digital Pictures taken in RAW format
1] Your Canon camera must have come with a disc for processing the images from RAW, or you can use several other programs.
2] You really want to process the RAW images first by adjusting as many values as it takes to get the image to your final adjustment.
3] Having the file in RAW is a major advantage as it can be altered in many ways and the original file is preserved as it was taken.
4] Converting the RAW image to tiff or jpg.
Tiff is going to be the best, but requires huge file storage to do so. Your camera's average file size in Raw will be roughly 10MB lets say.
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