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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How to convert CR2 to JPG

The RAW image format is well known for its variations. Each camera manufacturer produces its own RAW specification; more than that, variations of the RAW format may even appear within the same camera model. One of the examples is the CR2 image format proprietary of Canon cameras. CR2 keeps all the image data untouched. It …

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How to convert WBZ to JPG

Webshots offers a huge collection of photos saved in the WBZ format. They are beautiful scenic images, though not really user friendly. Since they exclusively belong to the Webshots collections one can download them and set them as wallpaper, but sharing them it not easy. They are very large in size, plus they are not …

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