- n. Plural form of JPEG.
“As ISO hits 800, though, Canon has defaulted to a very soft interpretation of the scene in its JPEGs, which is the polar opposite of what the Canon S90's competition has done: the Panasonic LX3 sharpens the heck out of the image.”
“Text that is contained in image files such as JPEGs or GIFs.”
“RAW images aren't compressed, like run-of-the-mill JPEGs, meaning you're better able to manipulate them and in post-production on your computer.”
“Meanwhile, subverting the internet's usual role in merely documenting exhibitions, It's Our Playground have also invited artists to exhibit sculptural JPEGs and GIF installations in an accompanying online "space".”
“David Lynch talks about large versus (very) small screens in a way that may be relevant to picture books v. JPEGs: youtube. com/watch?”
“I'll note that the images that MER releases immediately are not full quality ... they are JPEGs (i.e., lossy compressed).”
“This was made from five 21MP RAW files converted to JPEGs, then stiched together (not perfectly, mind you), using PS sphotomerge”
“Both shoot RAW in addition to JPEGs, can capture HD-resolution video, and offer live-view on a 3-inch LCD with a 460,000-dot count, which should make the display very clear.”
“Like most frames, the iPad accepts JPEGs as well as many types of standard-definition and high-definition video files.”
“According to the specs, 3D still images create a traditional JPEG file and an MPO file (Multi Picture Format compatible, which combines two JPEGs together).”
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