What is the difference between JPEG and TIFF file formats?
JPEG and TIFF
are popular file formats for storing and sharing digital photos, although they differ significantly. JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a popular format for compressed photo and image files available on the Internet. Because a lossy compression method is used, image quality may degrade in order to minimize file size. On the other hand, TIFF (Tagged Picture File Format) is a lossless file format that preserves all the original image data without compression.
However, the format is not suitable for sharing on the Internet because it consumes more space and time.TIFF files are relatively larger than JPEG files. In contrast, the TIFF format offers the advantage of excellent image quality and is generally preferred for professional applications such as high-quality printing or graphic design. In contrast, the JPEG format is more widely used and suitable for everyday use due to its small file size and ease of sharing on the Internet. Ultimately, user-specific requirements and preferences influence the choice between JPEG and TIFF.