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In this Adobe Photoshop CS3 tutorial, learn how to save any image opened in Adobe Photoshop CS3 as a TIFF file to get a high ...
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A TIFF file is a type of image file that is a rather large image but it also is a very good quality. So if you have an image that you’d like to save as a TIFF, go ahead and open up that image. Go to file and go to save as and then on your save as dialogue box under format, go ahead and select TIFF and go ahead and get the .TIFF file extension. You can rename your file if you’d like to, go ahead and click on save and then you’re going to get some TIFF options.
You can choose a different type of image compression and these are really all going to affect the size of your image. So as you select each one, you’re going to get a couple of different options. I really like this basic settings right here. I find that it’s really good, mix between the quality of the image and the file size but you can change this, it’s all going to affect your file size. So whatever you preference maybe, go ahead and click on OK and it’s going to change it as .TIFF or as a TIFF image file.