> Hi All
> Just finished a job using a Fuji s2 ,I did all the pictures on trany
> film and used the Fuji as a extra camera (just to get used to
> digital).I shot all the pictures in jpg rather than tiff as I have
> noticed little difference in quality when using low compression.I sent
> the trany's and a cd copy of the pictures to the client and they have
> said that they want to use a couple of the shots on the cd but can
> they have them as tiff's.
> Problem :
> When I change the jpgs to tiffs in Photoshop they come out fine if I
> leave it as a 3 channel tiff (which is no good for print) but if I
> convert them to 4 channel tiffs every body looks like they have a
> really bad suntan ( a red/pink cast) ,I know this can be removed by
> the printers but don't want to send my client photographs with colour
> that bad.I've looked through a few forums and found nothing and any
> 'how to' pages for Photoshop just go the same route as I already have
> which still leaves me with the red cast.So how do I convert jpgs to
> tiffs without the colour being affected?
> Any help with this would be much appreciated.
> And yes I'll shoot tiff next time . . . . . . .
> A S Willoughby Photography
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