Hi, I fairly recently started shooting almost exclusively in RAW. I know you're not supposed to do PP on JPEGs and save them over and over again, so I'm wondering if my current process is correct as far as saving a JPEG the minimal amount of times? 1. I open the shot in the RAW application and make any adjustments. 2. I convert to a JPEG file. 3. I then open the JPEG in Photoshop and make any necessary adjustments there. 4. I then save the finalized JPEG again. I'm wondering if I should maybe save the files I intend to work on further in Photoshop as TIFFs from the RAW application, and then after my PP work is finished, save the final as a JPEG? Any tips/suggestions as to the proper flow with saving JPEGs the minimal amount of times to prevent unnecessary compression/data loss welcomed!