Photo Taco – Export for Printing

Jeff Harmon walks through important details in understanding how it is you export your photos for printing from Lightroom, Photoshop, or other photo editing software.


Other Photo Taco episodes mentioned:

  1. Photoshop JPEG Exports where I go over all the ins and outs of the ways to export your photos to JPEG in Photoshop: https://improvephotography.com/40177/photo-taco-ps-jpeg-exports/
  2. JPEG Compression Levels where I explain what “compression” is with the JPEG image format and recommend compression or quality levels to use: https://improvephotography.com/36400/photo-taco-jpeg-compression-levels/


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1 thought on “Photo Taco – Export for Printing”

  1. Jeff- thanks for your informative podcast contributions on both Photo Taco and Improve Photography podcasts. In the “export for printing” podcast you discuss Lightroom upsizing for printing when you need more pixels to print at a given size and resolution. In your testing, how much can you upsize in Lightroom before suffering noticeable quality loss on a larger print? For example, I want to print a 20’x30′ print at a minimum of 180ppi, but without upsizing, I can only print that size at 140ppi. Thanks for any info.

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