Do you know when to use JPG?
  v2.0 Posted at 13/10/2015 11:21 AM by Rebecca Liu
​In line with the statement above, all photographs should be stored in JPG format. JPG rationalizes the quality of the image by averaging out the colors in segments of the image that it defines. To see an example of this working, try lowering the quality of a JPG to minimum quality.
100% Compression
Figure: Bad Example – Low quality JPG (11.87k)
Figure: Bad Example – Uncompressed JPG (159.6k)
100% Compression
Figure: Good Example – Compressed JPG (59.6k)

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