Understanding all the Different Image File Formats
When you take a photograph, the camera is capturing data, which creates a digital image. But there are many different types of image file formats that can be retrieved and edited using post-processing software.
The most commonly-used formats are:
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)TIFF (Tagged Image File Format)RAWDNG (Digital Negative Format)PNG (Portable Network Graphics)GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)BMP (Bitmap Image File)PSD (Photoshop Document)Choosing the right file format is important and can even be critical, depending on the level of quality – and the level of post-processing – that you require.
Now, to help you better understand the different file formats, and to ensure that you pick the right format for your needs, we’ve put together this comprehensive guide….
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