I'm wondering how to go about creating and archiving "master" files of my photos. Mind you these wouldn't be the original RAW images, but my the files created from those RAW's with all the color correction, skin softening, conversion to b&w, cropping, etc. that makes the final, full resolution photo. These "master" files would be used to create prints of all sizes (so I don't have to dig through Lightroom) and to be the "definitive" version of a file, so when I die and someone can just look at the folder and say "this is what he wanted to show" . Should I save these as .jpegs or tiffs? I'm aware of how big .tiff files are and with my own tests, I simply can't see the difference between a 100% quality (using Lightroom) jpeg or a tiff, yet the jpeg is sooooo much smaller.