BoBman Posted June 29, 2019 Share Posted June 29, 2019 Hi, What is best practice for file type submission ? JPG I save as max quality but if a potential buyer sees jpg, might they think its suffering compression artefacts ? Can they see its saved as best or is it assumed ? If they see tiff they will assume its pure and pedigree., no quibbles there. If they see RAW they know they have control and can tweak and hone it. Also supplying raw files saves a massive amount of time on fine tuning, rotating, tweaking etc , though submitting images that need a bit of work doing isn't really acceptable and could count against you. Alternatively if one has edited out a traffic cone or minor feature spoiling otherwise a great photo, and no doubt there are some of use who have found ourselves photographing a village on bin day , 😏 raw file means the buyer has that to do, if they care. So is it best to supply raw and be done with the time hogging tweaking leaving that to the buyer ? BoBMan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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