Lightroom image export settings
01 image format
You can export your processed Raw file as a JPEG, a higher-quality TIFF file, or as an Adobe DNG file. JPEG is usually best for sharing, TIFF is best for further editing.
02 Color space
If your image is designed for on-screen or online use, the SRGB colour space is best. If you’re sending it to a publisher, they might prefer Adobe RGB.
03 Bit depth
If you’re exporting a JPEG the bit depth is fixed at 8-bit. If you’re exporting a TIFF, choosing the higher 16-bit creates an image that is better suited to further manipulation.
04 image sizing
You won’t always need an image the same size as your original, so you can downsize or upsize your exported photograph here – it’s a bit quicker than doing it separately.