When I export a Nikon RAW file that has been edited changing the Camera Profile (for example from ON1 standard to Camera Landscape), the resulting JPEG has a much lower resolution.
Usually, with a RAW file of around 27mb / 6016x4016 @ 300 ppi, the JPEG is around 12mb with same dimensions and 72 ppi.
When I change the Camera Profile, the resulting JPEG is around 1mb / 1895x1265 @ 72 ppi.
Going back to the ON1 Camera profile and exporting again does not change the result.
Selecting the correct size and resolution before export give me a larger JPEG photo with horrible quality.
Now I have a bunch of RAW photos that I cannot export anymore because I am not able to get decent JPEG.
Any idea of why it is happening?
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