Our email account is full of memories, as well as critical data on our life, which we would prefer to keep safe. In times before the internet, we would write letters to each other, be sent photographs of loved ones by post, and receive bills, invoices and contracts on paper. The use of a letterbox over the inbox allowed us to archive our lives easily. Now, we hope that the internet and energy supplies will remain stable enough for all our critical data to remain secure and accessible. We put faith in the hope that technology will not change so much that our files will become unreadable.
As a photographer, you will more than likely choose to shoot in RAW format. It is possible to change your camera to capture JPEG images – but you will lose a lot of the quality along the way. A RAW file is significantly larger than a JPEG file, as there is so much detail within the image. This is due to the subtlety of light and depth you can capture. Have the original file to work with in your editing software allows you more opportunity for creating a truly stunning image.
Ever faced the rush of proving the right documents on time? Things get worse when your files are in TIFF and you have to produce PDF. You search for the solution but some if your TIFFs are not processed. Time to panic.
Thank God here is the file converter you can trust most sophisticated files. Here is the feedback we received last week from our user:
“The workflow challenge we are dealing with is being able to convert TIF files to PDF. As part of an audit process, our finance department must provide sometimes up to hundreds of vendor invoices in PDF format. The original invoices are scanned in our corporate Accounts Payable office and saved as a TIF. For about 10-20%, although the TIF may be viewable, the format/header info is incomplete or corrupt.
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