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Jun 23, 2015 10:30 |  #1

I took some pictures for my sis in law right after their baby was born and they were shot in raw. I need to get them to her to pick the ones she wants me to edit. What is the best way to do so? Is there a way to bulk convert them to jpeg and save the raw files for editing?


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Jun 23, 2015 10:35 |  #2

If you want them as shot you can use File/Scrips/Image Processor.


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Jun 23, 2015 10:41 |  #3

Yes.

Select them all in Canon's Digital Photo Professional, then File > Batch process > Kind of file = Exif-JPEG.

The original raw files will remain unchanged.




  
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Jun 23, 2015 10:42 |  #4

If you use bridge and PS you can just select them all in bridge then select Tool > Photoshop>image processor....it will open a window in photoshop. then you tick the box that says "Save as JPeg" and change any other settings you want then click run. You can create photoshop actions and apply it to all of your photos at once this way as well.


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Jun 23, 2015 10:54 |  #5

Or Lightroom also has batch, highlight the files in the bottom window.. select the export size you want from your export presets and go.


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Jun 23, 2015 10:59 |  #6

Thanks for the help! I just processed multiple files in PS and converted to Jpeg.


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Jun 23, 2015 11:01 as a reply to  @ ksbal's post |  #7

I was originally trying to do this but couldn't figure out how to get the photos to show in LR. I pulled the folder where the pictures were located but said it was a duplicate of the photos already in a catalog. The problem is I couldn't find the catalog.


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Jun 23, 2015 12:23 |  #8

And always remember to check, in a pinch, if your raw files have (full sized) JPEGs embedded in them with the simple command in dcraw:


dcraw -e *.CR2

for all CR2 files in a directory.

The "-e" flag tells dcraw to extract the embedded JPEG, and many cameras embed full-size JPEGs. Very fast, and no need to go into an image editing application.

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Jun 23, 2015 21:29 |  #9

The "lesson" here is that you want to get a jpeg from your Raw, you will infact get a duplicate(s). Copy the jpegs onto a disk/card to show your sister and keep the Raws in your Lightroom library. I'd say just export the jpegs in the Lightroom Standard/default setting, and if she decides she wants more processing, well, that's a choice!


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Jun 24, 2015 01:48 |  #10

Just use the Image Processor to make a Contact Sheet. You can save that/those as jpg or pdf.




  
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Jun 24, 2015 10:28 |  #11

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