|It was most likely a RAW file to begin with. You can save a raw file to any other format you wish. Unless you deleted the original, you should have three files for that image; the original raw file, the xmp file and the jpg file that you saved. Again, the xmp is a text file (you can read it with a text editor) that tells Photoshop what processes, editing, etc., that you applied to the raw version. Not sure, but PS may create an xmp file even if you don't do any editing, etc. Bottom line: if you saved the image as a jpg file, it has to be around there somewhere.|
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