I've got a technical question about how I get my images into a particular format for a website
Lightroom 5 is where I do all my processing, key wording & image management but I do have Photoshop which I use to stitch images together when creating panoramas.
I shoot raw format with a full frame canon 6d. File sizes typically 20-30mb.
My workflow is to process in Lightroom & export as a jpeg in srgb colour at the largest size.
A new agency I'm joining has the following requirement
Upload as a "JPEG 12 with a minimum uncompressed size of between 50-75mb
300dpi 8-bit JPEG with adobe RGB colour profile"
Given that some of my images are cropped, the exported jpeg file sizes vary so I know some will never make the uncompressed window of 50-75mb
So how do I ensure mine fit that requirement?
If I export from lightroom as a RGB 240dpi jpeg, & then change the dpi to 300dpi in Photoshop it seems to do the trick but it seems long winded to have to use Photoshop to do this.
Does anyone have any other suggestions on how I might do this using just lightroom?
I'll be honest & hold my hands up saying I simply don't get the 8bit stuff, nor the colour profile or uncompressed size, since my existing agencies have been happy with me using the lightroom default.
Thanks in advance guys!