Type Images Formats

There are 5 main formats in which to store images. Why would you choose one over another, and what are the differences?

TIFF (also known as TIF),
file types ending in .tif TIFF stands for Tagged Image File Format. TIFF images create very large file sizes. TIFF images are uncompressed and thus contain a lot of detailed image data (which is why the files are so big) TIFFs are also extremely flexible in terms of color (they can be grayscale, or CMYK for print, or RGB for web) and content (layers, image tags). TIFF is the most common file type used in photo software (such as Photoshop), as well as page layout software (such as Quark and InDesign), again because a TIFF contains a lot of image data.

JPEG (also known as JPG)
file types ending in .jpg JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, which created this standard for this type of image formatting. JPEG files are images that have been compressed to store a lot of information in a small-size file.
Type Images Formats Type Images Formats Reviewed by IDNGRAFIS on 01 July Rating: 5
Powered by Blogger.