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Jpeg and raw If you have a jpeg and raw copy of a photo, which one does Lightroom4 process?
asked by Marland D. Miller on March 20, 2012
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Lightroom processes whichever photo you select. You can process both differently if you like. Remember Lightroom does not change the original it just saves the changes it made to the original. If you have a choice you should always work with the RAW file because JPEG files are heavily modified already and you will get better results using the RAW file.
Wizard on holiday answered on March 23, 2012
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When I load the photos from the file it only loads one, and I can't tell which one it is. I would suspect the default would be to choose the raw format, but I don't know. I am tempted to change my setting to only take raw and not both raw and jpg in my camera. Of course when not in manual, I don't have a choice but to get jpg format, as far as I know.
Marland D. Miller answered on March 23, 2012
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the photostream will show the name of the file with the suffix like jpg or nef (nikon raw), just look closer when you select.
®ichard answered on May 6, 2012
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Thanks for your help!
Marland D. Miller answered on May 6, 2012
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