If you have done photography or graphics, you may notice different file types.
One file is a PNG while the other is a JPEG.
Read along to learn the differences between a PNG and a JPEG!
Have you ever wondered what the difference between the two is?
They’re mostly used for web graphics, logos, charts, and illustrations.
A PNG can handle 16 million colors and transparent graphics!
One of the most common ways to store digital photos.
Their compression process makes them easy to store.
JPEG images can contain up to 16 million colors!
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• PNG is for graphics
• JPEG is for photography
• PNG quality stays constant
• JPEG quality decreases for more file storage
• PNG supports transparency
• JPEG doesn't support transparency