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Some of the most popular image formats are JPEG, PNG, GIF, WebP, TIFF, BMP, HEIF, SVG, and PSD. Each format has different characteristics and uses. I will explain them to you:

  • JPEG is a raster image format that uses lossy compression, which means it reduces the file size by slightly lowering the image quality. JPEG supports millions of colors, making it suitable for photos or images with many colors and details. But JPEG does not support transparency. JPEG is compatible with many tools and software. You can view JPEG images everywhere.
  • PNG is a raster image format that uses lossless compression, which means it does not lose image quality when compressed. PNG supports transparency well, making it suitable for images that need to have no background color, such as logos. PNG has a larger file size than JPEG.
  • GIF is a raster image format that uses lossless compression, but limits the number of colors to 256. GIF is suitable for creating small animations, such as emojis. GIF is not suitable for photos or images with many colors and details.
  • WebP is a raster image format that uses lossy or lossless compression. WebP is a new format developed by Google for use on the web. WebP has the advantage of compressing files efficiently, keeping the image quality well. WebP supports transparency. WebP is not compatible with all tools and software.
  • TIFF is a raster image format that uses lossless compression. TIFF is a format used in professional photography, printing, and publishing that requires high-quality images. TIFF has a very large file size and is not suitable for use on the web.
  • BMP is a raster image format that does not use compression. BMP is a format used in some cases where compression is not needed, but it is not very popular. BMP has a very large file size and is not suitable for use on the web.
  • HEIF is a raster image format that uses lossy compression. HEIF is a new format developed by Apple for use on iOS devices. HEIF has the advantage of compressing files efficiently, keeping the image quality well. HEIF supports transparency. HEIF is not compatible with all tools and software.
  • SVG is a vector image format that uses XML as a language. SVG is suitable for creating or editing graphics, logos, and illustrations that need to be resized without losing quality. SVG is compatible with many web browsers.
  • PSD is an image format used in Adobe Photoshop. PSD is suitable for editing images in Photoshop. PSD can store additional information, such as layers, masks, filters, effects, text, shapes, etc. PSD is not compatible with all tools and software.

I hope my explanation helps you understand the differences between image formats 😊