Professional photos found on the web are usually hard to copy. We are talking about Webshots that are not appropriate for Windows. File extensions associated with these files are: .wbz, .wbc, .wb1, .wbd. Still, ImageConverter Plus offers resources that can help convert these files into friendlier image formats. The files will definitely be compressed, meaning that the quality loss is inevitable, but sometimes it’s not just a matter of the image quality, but the photo composition or the photo subject as well. There are two ways of dealing with webshots: creating a pack of JPEGs with source file names, when JPEG files can be viewed with all popular viewers separately or in a slideshow mode; or creating a multipage TIFF file. What you get is a compact file to store a professional image collection.
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- First come negatives, then photos; or can it be different?