Converting JPEG to RAW – Is There Any Point?

Should you convert a jpeg image file to raw?

Everyone who’s starting photography will, at some point, hear the advice to shoot RAW. The big reason is that a RAW file stores the red, green, and blue information as is. No preset is applied to it, so when you need to tweak it later in post processing, all the data is there. Later on, you can save it in any format you wish such as JPEG, TIFF, PNG, and many more.… Read the rest

The Difference Between JPG & JPEG

JPG vs JPEG

 

If you had any contact with digital images before – may it be on a website or Facebook, or when dealing with photographies – you have surely heard of JPG files. If you have paid attention to the file extensions, however, you might have seen it written in different ways before. The usage of JPG or JPEG files may cause confusion. That’s what we are here for.

Today, we have a look at the question: what’s the difference when it comes to JPG vs JPEG?… Read the rest

Getting The Best Out Of JPEGs

Go visit any website. The pictures used there are most likely JPEGs. Indeed, JPEGs have been the go-to web image format for web developers and even common folks. But, is there a way for getting the best out of JPEGs? How do you make sure you’re not compromising loading speed and quality?

Get to know your camera

Different camera brands have different Out of Camera (OOC) JPEG flavors. This is due to sensor choices as well as in-camera processing algorithm.… Read the rest

What Are JPEG Files And How To Convert Them

What Are JPEG Files & How To Convert ThemHave you ever asked yourself what are JPEG files? Perhaps you want to know how to convert them to another format. This article guide shows you how to easily convert them in a few simple steps without the need for any programs or software. The truth is that one of the most popular and widely used file formats for images is JPEG or JPG. Pronounced “jay-peg,” JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group.Read the rest