Wed 08-Feb-12 08:28 AM | edited Thu 09-Feb-12 04:05 PM by briantilley
I think you missed the point of the post. Going from 36 MB to a few hundred kbs means that you are throwing away a hell of a lot of information. A lot more than going from 12 MB? Nobody - I suspect - has done it yet so I am wondering what king of quality is left?
The Tiff files are over 100 MB according to Thom Hogan. Therefore you would be reducing them to less than 1% of the original. Also Photoshop has an upper file size to what can be reduced. Not trivial?