edited March 2012 Posted in » General Discussion
When should I use JPEG or TIFF?


  • edited June 2012
    Hi @Paulo - If you want to edit your photos then change them from JPG to TIFF. When all editing is done, change them back to JPG as TIFF files can be quite large. The benefit of TIFF when editing is that you lose no data whereas JPG is known as a 'lossy format' because each time you edit some data is lost. If you don't want to edit your photos then JPG is just fine. Regards - PBked
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