23 March 2020

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Photo formats

Photo formats

by Kellie Williams
With the explosion of scanners, digital cameras and the internet, the JPEG image format has quickly become the most widely used digital image format. It's also the most misunderstood. Here's a few common misconceptions and facts about JPEG images. JPEGs lose quality every time they are opened and/or saved. False. Simply opening or displaying a JPEG image does not harm the image in any way, but some image editors do recompress JPEGs when the 'Save As' command is used. To a...

22 January 2020

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Sending large files

Sending large files

by Kellie Williams
Sending large photos and files via email can prove a challenge, as most email programs limit the amount of megabites you can send and receive at one time. Here are a two different ways to send photos through your email and start sharing your memories with clients, friends and family in a matter of minutes. Firstly, you could reduce the size of your images but you will lose quality and the photos may pixelate. The second option is to use a third party website. It would help if you knew the...

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