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Digital Photo I   PGY1800C File Formats The formats available for your capture options will vary from camera  to camera. Choosing the right format for the purpose of the image is  important. For this class we will be using the jpg format for its smaller  size and faster loading capabilities. I encourage you to experiment  with all the formats available to you, however all images for  assignments should be jpg. JPG The most popular format due to the small file sizes. This is a result of  image compression. That doesn’t necessarily mean poor viewing or  print quality. When using jpg on your camera set it to the Fine or Best 
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Unformatted text preview: mode in the menu. This will give you good quality images and more of them on your storage card. TIFF This format has no loss of quality due to compression. It is the largest of the file sizes, meaning less photos per storage card. That doesn’t necessarily mean the best quality image. RAW In situations with contrasty lighting or the intent of larger prints, this is a good choice. It will yield smaller file sizes than tiff. RAW requires special image-editing software and allows excellent manipulation of “exposure” and “white balance” after capture....
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course PGY 1800c taught by Professor Hale during the Summer '11 term at Santa Fe College.

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