images in EXACTLY the same way as they are printed. It does not show the image broken up into some sort of segmenting scheme.
How do you know how uncompressed images are saved?
Perhaps you should start over again, and describe in more detail what you are doing, what software you are using, and the type of computer you are using.
When I download images I have taken in TIFF (uncompressed) format, I get a picture that has the right hand quarter of the image removed and pasted on the left hand side of the image and the colour phase is out. I know this is how uncompressed images are saved, but the problem is, how do I correct them in Photoshop or some other product. Does it only correct itself when the images are printed? Can any photo store correct them? Please help.