tif files

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  1. Cockerspam

    Cockerspam Guest

    Okay, i scanned a few pics for yearbook at school so i could work on them at home. when i scanned them it saved them as ONE tif file. i dont know how to open it and save each picture individually. how do i do it??
     
  2. samm

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    Use an image editing program such as Photoshop or The Gimp and crop each picture individually.
     
  3. Cockerspam

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    I open it in photoshop and it only shows as one image.
     
  4. Penguin Man

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    That's because it is only one image. You need to select each one and save it to a separate file.
     
  5. Cockerspam

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    well, at school i could go through and look at the pics. perhaps its uncompressed?
     
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  7. samm

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    What don't you understand about opening the "one big image" file and cropping each picture? Just do that and save each one separately.
     

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