The most commonly used digital image format is JPEG. It is universally compatible with viewers browsers, and image editing software, it allows photographic images to be compressed up to 10 to 20 times compared to the uncompressed original with very little visible loss in image quality.
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In digital photography artifacts refer to the undesirable modifications caused by the sensor, optics, and internal image processing algorithms of the camera. On low budget compact cameras these artifacts are more visible and easy to identify. On the other hand, top DSLR cameras will require a more careful analysis to identify these artifacts and most […]