Questions about the JPEG (`/ˈdʒeɪpɛɡ/ jay-peg`) file format. JPEG, seen most often with the `.jpg` extension, is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital photography.

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How to reduce the file size of a PSD image with minimal quality loss?

I have a full colour PSD image file which I want to convert to a format that can be easily shared on the web. The current size is of the PSD is around 7MB. I want to reduce the file size to ...
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To resize image without recompression?

Got this jpeg image that has incorrect proportions. That's how it should look but here's the thing - by simple means of resizing and recompressing it to jpeg, after conversion the size gets bigger and ...
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JPEG in InDesign Problems

I'm throwing together a newsletter InDesign that requires putting in JPEG images. It looks fine in InDesign but when I export the image to Adobe reader the borders on my images change so that one side ...
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Is there a way to preserve EXIF data when converting file from JPG to PNG?

I have following requirements: Convert JPG image to transparent PNG Preserve the tags given in JPG image and have it in PNG image as well. When I convert JPG image to transparent PNG, the EXIF ...
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Colors slightly different in Photoshop and browser

I got problem with colors in Chrome browser and PS CC 64bit. Monitor is calibrated for sRGB IEC61966-2.1 color profile with cleat-text. I use color proof monitor in photoshop and my color profile is: ...
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How do you export a jpeg with a selective compression mask from Photoshop CC 2014?

In fireworks, I can select parts of an image to keep at a lower compression (85) when exporting, leaving the rest of the image to be compressed at the higher setting (60). I cannot find that option in ...
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How does Apple compress/deliver the razor sharp @2x images on its website in tiny file sizes?

I've always wondered how they compress them. They have massive 2800x800 pixel images on their landing page that are just 90KB. In general all the imagery on Apple.com is very high quality, yet the ...