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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 3:04 pm 
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Just wondering, I've been editing some pictures and processing them into jpgs, but was needing to do some cropping. I normally try to do all work in RAW, but I wouldn't think this would matter.

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You've reasoned correctly. It doesn't matter whether you crop in JPEG or RAW.

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thanks for the quick reply, I have around 500 to re size to print before Christmas. I was hoping for that answer. I didn't see any reason why it would effect anything. But figured I'd ask around just in case.

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