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In this Adobe Photoshop CS3 tutorial, learn how once you have created an image in Adobe Photoshop CS3 you can then save the ...
image in JPEG file format.
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If you have an image or a Photoshop file that you would like to save as JPEG, it’s pretty simple. The great thing about JPEG file is that they’re kind of at the middle of the line. They’re not really large files and at the same time they are not really high quality so you get an average quality image with an average size for the file. So to do so go ahead and go up to file, go to save as and go ahead for format. Go ahead and select JPEG and then go ahead and name your filename, decide where you want to save it and I’m going to go ahead and keep the same settings. Click on save and were going to get the JPEG options dialogue box.
Now for quality, the higher you raise the quality, the larger the file size you’re going to have, however your images going to be of higher quality. If you lower it to very low quality, you’re going to have a pretty small file but it’s going to be, you know, kind a blurry, you know, low quality. So you could chose the low medium, high, or maximum to save it or you can go ahead and you can custom, put in the quality that you want. You have a couple format options. Your best bet here is to go ahead and stay with the baseline standard. Go ahead and click OK and you could see by your file extension, your image is now saved as JPEG.