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What I found is that the Windows Photo app decreases the quality of the pic while viewing, whereas if you view the same .jpeg pic in the Windows Photo Viewer, it looks much crispier. Infact, if you try to use the editing tool from the Photos app, you will see that while editing it retains the quality of the pic. I am never using Photos app again for viewing ...


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It's not entirely clear where you are getting that file size from. If you are referring to the size shown in the status bar at the bottom of your document, that isn't the final size of a JPG exported from the document, that gives information about the print size and estimated document size including layers etc. If you need to export a JPG and file size is ...


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What will be the final print size? And how will you be sending them the image? I assume FTP, because there will probably be size restrictions for emailing it. Tiff is probably the best output format. Or else pdf. Or if the final print size will be small, you could probably get away with a smaller jpg.


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Even you asked for a .jpeg, i can assure you that .tif will do all the things way better - even Facebook best practices encourage .tif upload for high quality images. From that size (180cm × 900cm) i can tell that you need it for print and DTP work. Normally, print factories will ask you for a .pdf to keep the color profile intact and the text as a vector ...


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With 300 dpi the file is too large to produce a jpg image but you can produce a png file out of it. Otherwise you can decrease the resolution into 72 dpi and save as jpg . For more info visit https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/file-formats.html


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The JPG format has a pixel size limit of 65,535 x 65,535 pixels. Photoshop however limits JPGs and most formats to 30,000 x 30,000 pixels. For any images larger than 30,000 x 30,000 pixels you are stuck with the PSB, RAW or TIFF formats, there's no way around that. From Photoshop Help / Saving Images: Photoshop supports documents up to 300,000 pixels ...


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My teacher told me NO. Because illustrator is based on only for making logo designing. So, photoshop is the best for clipping path for it's some awesome tools for clipping path. Thank you.


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Simple Answer.. Export your clipping path to .eps. open siad .eps in illustrator, then unmask it, seperating your image and path.



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