Looking for tips for how to get stars to show up in jpeg uploads to the web. Let me try to explain...The first image attached is a screenshot of the RAW in Capture NXD and the second is the jpeg that was uploaded to the National Geographic web page. As you can see, more stars are visible in the RAW. The JPEG was a 14mb file, the highest quality that I could export in. Nat Geo has a 20mb file limit on uploads. Ironically, the 900k jpeg screen capture of the RAW in NXD shows all the stars as I see them on my computer. So why does the exporting of the file to a 14mb jpeg remove stars but the 900k screen capture doesn't? Obviously, exporting to jpeg removes data so it would make sense that faint single points of light would disappear but then why does it like fine on a screen capture? Follow on question to those that do a lot of star shots. How do you edit and export to ensure max star quality? I'll admit that my exporting knowledge is limited to exporting full res jpegs to online hosting sites and normally I notice very little in quality loss. I don't print much and I'm no pro so I haven't had a need to optimize any of my exporting abilities. I usually just export full size jpegs from Aperture and that's it. Education, tips, and pointers greatly appreciated!