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If you shot your images in raw-how do you convert them to jpeg so you can send them to photo lab which requires jpeg format

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Export (Shift-Command/Control-e) to jpg. Be sure to set the ppi to the print lab's requirments, as well as their color space and any other requirements they have. When you do this, also make sure that you'll be saving the file to your hard drive or to wherever it's set for in the list of options presented. If you make any changes to the defaults in that list, it's probably a good idea to save that as a new Preset for future use.

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If you shot your images in raw-how do you convert them to jpeg so you can send them to photo lab which requires jpeg format

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Hi Jary1,

 

Export (Shift-Command/Control-e) to jpg. Be sure to set the ppi to the print lab's requirments, as well as their color space and any other requirements they have. When you do this, also make sure that you'll be saving the file to your hard drive or to wherever it's set for in the list of options presented. If you make any changes to the defaults in that list, it's probably a good idea to save that as a new Preset for future use.

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Hi Jary1,

 

Export (Shift-Command/Control-e) to jpg. Be sure to set the ppi to the print lab's requirments, as well as their color space and any other requirements they have. When you do this, also make sure that you'll be saving the file to your hard drive or to wherever it's set for in the list of options presented. If you make any changes to the defaults in that list, it's probably a good idea to save that as a new Preset for future use.

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