Once you've completed editing an image, you'll want to export it in a print-friendly file format. To learn more about the variety of file formats available for print, as well as what file formats to avoid, watch the following video.
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The graphic we've prepared is ultimately going to be included in a research poster, so we'll want to save our file as a TIFF file. This makes it so that any graphics editing program can open our file, as opposed to just Photoshop, and it will also give us a high-quality image that's suitable for print.
Let's save the edited image as a TIFF file now.