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Aug 21, 2017 06:22 |  #1

I was taking pictures yesterday of a sailboat race and was asked by the president if I would share my pictures for the yacht clubs' web site. I shoot RAW. He said he would love to have the pics on a memory stick and they would post them on their web site but I have no idea in what format or pixels to save it. Can anyone give me advice on this. I started saving them in jpeg, 80%, 2400x3000pxls, etc...


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Aug 21, 2017 06:46 |  #2

I would never provide untouched JPG directly to a requested party unless there was an urgent need. Just ask for an email, go home and provide the edited best versions that you would love to share and zip them together, and put a link on dropbox or whatever for the email back to them.

If you need to provide out of camera JPG for immediate use, you would want to set up a good picture style, set a custom white balance, and save as small or medium JPG. No reason for full sized JPG... At least getting the WB set up and the picture style properly does some amount of processing on your part in-camera.


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Aug 21, 2017 07:22 |  #3

No, I shoot RAW, I have to edit all the pics in lightroom. I just want to know when I press "export", what is the best settings for saving. I would NEVER send direct from camera in JPEG.


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Aug 21, 2017 07:46 |  #4

1280 x 1024 is good for web images, if they are used to augment a web page, like galleries, etc. If the intent is to allow downloading and setting as wallpaper, then perhaps 2048x1536.

Interesting resource: http://www.fileformat.​info/tip/web/imagesize​.htm (external link)


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Mar 20, 2018 07:59 |  #5

So should all the exported pictures be saved as JPEG or other formats?


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Mar 21, 2018 22:50 |  #6

Unless you are dealing with unskilled web people or don't want to expose your high res work for the free taking, I'd suggest processing to suit you and giving them all the pixels you have of all the shots you want to provide. With more use of mobile devices and bigger screens on the desk, there's no size that fits anywhere near all.

If you have questions about skill level then 1280 wide would work or you could go with the new PON 1600 wide.


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