How to save as jpeg in photoshop 2022

How to save as jpeg in photoshop 2022 , In Photoshop, saving works a bit differently from most other applications. Instead of working with one main file type—like .docx in Microsoft Word—Photoshop offers a variety of ways to save your images. In this lesson, we’ll cover the different saving options in Photoshop, along with some common reasons to save files in different formats.

How to save as jpeg in photoshop 2022
How to save as jpeg in photoshop 2022

Do one of the following:

  • Click File>Save.
  • Press Ctrl+S (Windows) or Command+S (Mac OS).

Save changes with a different file format, name, or location

You can use the Save as option in the File menu to set options for saving image files, such as the format, and whether to include the saved file in the Elements Organizer catalog or to preserve layers in an image. Depending on the format you select, other options may be available to set.

  • Do one of the following:

    • Click File Save As.
    • Press Ctrl+Shift+S (Windows) or Command+Shift+S (Mac OS).
  • Set the following file-saving options, and then click Save:

    Note:

    Some file formats open another dialog box with more options.

    File Name

    Specifies the file name for the saved image.

    File format

    Specifies the file format for the saved image.

    Include In the Elements Organizer

    Includes the saved file in your catalog so that it displays in the Photo Browser. Some file formats supported in the Edit workspace are not supported in the Elements Organizer. If you save a file in one of these formats, like EPS, this option is unavailable.

    Save In Version Set with Original

    Saves the file, then adds it to a version set in the Photo Browser to keep the different versions of the image organized. This option is unavailable unless Include In The Organizer is selected.

    Layers

    Preserves all layers in the image. If this option is disabled or unavailable, there are no layers in the image. A warning icon at the Layers check box indicates that the layers in your image will be flattened or merged for the selected format. In some formats, all layers are merged. To preserve layers, select another format.

    As a Copy

    Saves a copy of the file while keeping the current file open. The copy is saved to the folder containing the currently open file.

    ICC Profile

    Embed a color profile in the image for certain formats.

    Thumbnail

    Saves thumbnail data for the file. This option is available when the Ask When Saving option for Image Previews is set in the Preferences dialog box.

    Use Lower Case Extension

    Makes the file extension uppercase or lowercase.

    Note:

    UNIX file servers are often used to help send information over networks and the Internet. Some of these servers do not recognize uppercase extensions. To make sure your images arrive at their destinations, use lowercase extensions.

Save a file in GIF format

  • Do one of the following:

    • Click File Save As.
    • Press Ctrl+Shift+S (Windows) or Command+Shift+S (Mac OS).
  • Specify a file name and location, and choose CompuServe GIF format from the format list.

    Your image is saved as a copy in the specified directory (unless it’s already in indexed-color mode).

  • Click Save. If your original image is RGB, the Indexed Color dialog box appears.

  • If necessary, specify indexed color options in the Indexed Color dialog box and click OK.
  • In the GIF Options dialog box, select a row order for the GIF file and click OK:

    Normal

    Displays the image in a browser only when the image is fully downloaded.

    Interlaced

    Displays a series of low-resolution versions of the image while the full image file is downloaded to the browser. Interlacing can make downloading time seem shorter and assures viewers that downloading is in progress. However, interlacing also increases file size.

    Note:

    If your file has layers, the Save for Web dialog appears. To know more about saving options, see using Save for Web dialog box.

Save a file in JPEG format

  • Do one of the following:

    • Click File Save As.
    • Press Ctrl+Shift+S (Windows) or Command+Shift+S (Mac OS).
  • Choose JPEG from the format list.

    Note:

    You cannot save indexed-color and bitmap mode images in JPEG format.

  • Specify a file name and location, select file-saving options, and click Save.

    The JPEG Options dialog box opens.

  • If the image contains transparency, select a Matte color to simulate the appearance of background transparency.
  • Specify image compression and quality by choosing an option from the Quality menu, dragging the Quality slider, or entering a value between 1 and 12.

  • Select a format option:

    Baseline (“Standard”)

    Uses a format that is recognizable to most web browsers.

    Baseline Optimized

    Optimizes the color quality of the image and produces a slightly smaller file size. All web browsers do not support this option.

    Progressive

    Creates an image that is gradually displayed as it is downloaded to a web browser. Progressive JPEG files are slightly larger in size, require more RAM for viewing, and are not supported by all applications and web browsers.

  • Click OK.

Save a file in Photoshop PDF format

  • Do one of the following:

    • Click File Save As.
    • Press Ctrl+Shift+S (Windows) or Command+Shift+S (Mac OS).
  • Choose Photoshop PDF from the format list.

  • Specify a file name and location, select file-saving options, and click Save.

  • In the Save Adobe PDF dialog box, select a compression method. (See Understanding file compression.)

  • Choose an option from the Image Quality menu.
  • To view the PDF file, select View PDF After Saving to launch Adobe Acrobat or Adobe® Reader (depending on which application is installed on your computer).
  • Click Save PDF.