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Ty Pilot

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Steve, I love that white sand, looks almost like Panama City Beach's sand. ;)


Seriously though, nice shot. Curious, did this come from three JPEG's or did you use DNG's?
 

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The silicon at PCB was my favorite back in the mid to late 70’s. It was one of the whitest beaches in the world.
 
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Once you have finished any editing there is no extra benefit printing from a tif file, and actually it can take a lot longer because of the file size tif files can get to. As a photographer I would always work from dng to produce the tif edit that if necessary and then save a finished version as a jpg to print from or archive.
I used DNG's and output to both TIFF and JPG. I presume the TIFF file would be better for printing or does it matter?
 
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Once you have finished any editing there is no extra benefit printing from a tif file, and actually it can take a lot longer because of the file size tif files can get to. As a photographer I would always work from dng to produce the tif edit that if necessary and then save a finished version as a jpg to print from or archive.
I found that to be the case. The tiff is 58MB and the jpg is 28MB. When zooming in they appear identical.
 
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