First off - I am a total Newb - but trying to learn.
I know that this has been asked in numerous different ways, so please bear with me.
Mind you, I have read a number of the PP threads, but a lot of them started many years ago, so I was hoping for a more current slant on PP.
I have Photoshop CS5 / LR 3 & DPP.
Please confirm for me that you cannot do any image resizing in DPP? I can't seem to find a tab for it.
I am trying to get a grip on the "correct" order of workflow so:
If I start in DPP and do minor adjustments such as Brightness / Contract / Sharpening etc. Do I then convert and save it as a JPEG and then open it up as a JPEG in Photoshop? If so, then I work on it as a JPEG for more sharpening / HighPass filter etc or any special effects I may want to apply in Photoshop?
Or do I just open it up in Camera Raw and do the same minor things and then open it as a Raw file in Photoshop do more PP / resize / USM / sharpen / Highpass etc and finally save as a JPEG from there, or
Is there some point in the Camera Raw and Photoshop work that I should save and convert to JPEG and then reopen in Photoshop for "final" work.
I am confused on the correct sequence of when to convert to JPEG and keep working on the file in Photoshop.
Sorry for the convoluted post - but I think I have read too many of these kinda posts now and am looking for clarity / granularity or whatever the current buzz word is for simplicity.
Thanks a Heap