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Working out of Lightroom (LR) and using the original file you exported from, you can re-export whatever you want if the file is a RAW or TIF.TY I appreciate it. If I already exported the Files in s-RGB can I redo the export in RGB ? TY
Hi Darr,My workflow for decades has been to edit my RAW files and save them as a TIF MASTER EDIT (ME) = (sample-file-name-ME.tif
Hello Rafael,Hi Darr,
I'm totally with you about the shooting in RAW, but can you explain to me the pros of exporting your RAW-file to TIFF format ? In my workflow, TIFF are used only if I want to edit the file in a program that does not take my RAW-files, like editing in NIK Efex ...
TIFF files are much bigger than my RAW-files and fill up disk space rather quickly !
PS : I'm with Capture One (v22), not Lightroom
Hi, Darr, and thanks for your explanation !Hello Rafael,
I'd like to explain a few reasons for my approach, even though some might not be relevant if you don't use Photoshop (PS) and Lightroom (LR).
I continue to shoot two films of the same exposure (although I usually bump one a stop more) when I shoot 4x5 b&w film: one for processing and one as a 'file copy.'
It's how I was trained.
Best to you,