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Old 01-12-2007, 05:59 AM   #7
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Default JPEG Experience

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Originally Posted by BobRoosth View Post
Every save to JPEG introduces new artifacts (or noise, or distortion). One often has to look closely at the JPEG to see these, but they are there.
Bob,

That statement is my experience also. Zooming shows the pixels introduced when editing a JPEG image. That may not be so crucial when I use the edited JPG in a web context, but it is sure to be a problem when printing.

What I want to know is, should I convert a JPEG to a TIF (or other format) file when editing, and then go back to JPEG or GIF when done editing, so I have an image that can be used on the web?

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