How to convert PSD to JPG

PSD is the native format of Photoshop. This format is lossless though supports RLE compression algorithm. Still, even compressed the PDS files are pretty large and are not suitable for the web. There are both advantages and disadvantages of this format, and it’s always an individual decision whether or not to keep working with the …

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How to convert PSD to PDF

PSD is the native format of Photoshop. PSD files contain masks, colors, text; they support , CMYK, grayscale, monochrome, duotone and multichannel modes for the colors. The PSD files tend to be quite large and are not suitable for the Internet use. Since it’s a Photoshop format there are some limitations and inconveniences, such as …

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How to convert RAW to JPG

More and more digital cameras nowadays give us an option to shoot photos in the RAW format alongside with JPEG. It should be noted though that RAW is not really for everyone – though producing photos of the highest possible quality this format requires a lot of post-processing and cannot be viewed by standard means. …

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How to convert BMP to JPG

BMP format produces uncompressed bitmapped images. This is probably one of the oldest formats of the Windows system. Images saved in BMP are large in size, but each pixel is saved untouched, and the resolution is much higher than the one of the JPEG images. This makes the BMP format preferable for image processing, because …

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How to convert TIF to PDF

TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) is a raster image format. It is usually very large in size and produces high-quality photographs and prints. TIFF is also widely used for storing documents – by design it is a fax service and a scanner service format known for its multipage layout. TIFF seems to be universal except …

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