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DavidBurr posted a topic in Stock photography discussion and contributor experienceI would appreciate some guidance regarding export from Lightroom for optimum Alamy quality and best chance of image acceptance. Image format JPEG...Colour Space ( sRGB ? )....Quality 100..( assume no limit file size ? ) Image Sizing ( Resize to fit or not ?)....Assume resolution 300 ?....Output Sharpening ? Any other idiots guide to Lightroom Export appreciated. Kind Regards..With Thanks....David
Hi I haven't seen this mentioned elsewhere. I have a number of files that aren't matching between Lightroom and Alamy through Lightroom bridge. I can see the cause but not the solution. The files in question have all failed QC and then been resubmitted and passed. With both submissions my file name remained the same however Alamy allocated a different reference for them both. Alamy Bridge is matching with the failed version and subsequently is not bringing across any data and tags etc and marking them as not on sale. I have read the manual and tried many combinations o
Alamy recommends saving images in Photoshop at a quality level of 10 (where the maximum level is 12). I realised with most images I don't need Photoshop any more because most processing can be done in Lightroom. When saving the jpg file from Lightroom, however, the quality parameters available are different. No chance to set jpg level 10. My question: Am I correct to assume that a quality setting of 80% (and not limiting file size) when exporting from Lightroom will result in a quality level comparable to saving with jpg level 10 in Photoshop? I suppose I'm not the only one going this
I need to interpolate a few hundred images from approx 36mb to 50mb (from DNG to JPEG). When I tried one image in LR by using 'Export', it seemed OK in terms of the file size increase. But my question is when you 'Export' a file to a bigger size in LR this way, does LR use the same method as PS Bicubic Automatic or Smoother? I would like it to be least labour intensive. All the images I want to interpolate are in DNG format. I suppose I can use Action, Batch Processing and/or Droplet, etc, but it seems a lot more complicated than changing a few settings in Export in L