JPG or JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group

A JPG is optimized for photographs. JPG works by getting rid of the things that the eye is not likely to see or notice. JPGs are lossy raster files which means they lose a small amount of information everytime the JPG is saved. JPGs work with compressing color so they are great for photographs and complex digital imagery. A high-resolution jpg is usually also suitable these days for printing with most print-on-demand companies. We are mostly discussing web use here, but there are a variety of file formats available for print. The reduction of file size results in the reduction of image quality.




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