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September 19, 2015

JPEG vs TIFF

The TIFF file is like a slow cooked bolognese, the JPEG is a stir fry. JPEG is a compressed file. It’s best used when you want to keep file size to a minimum such as web use. TIFF is the file format that is the highest quality and industry standard for professional and commercial printers. JPEG is recognised by browsers and most software, TIFF isn’t. This is why JPEG is known as a “web format” and TIFF is known as a “print format” for commercial printing. The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra. – Jimmy Johnson I love cooking homemade bolognese sauce for my family every Sunday. It’s a recipe I learned from my Sicilian mother and it’s been in our family for generations. The secret to this sauce is time and love. The time is not so much in the preparation, but in the slow cooking....

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