If you're an artist, quality is likely one of your top concerns. You've spent hours on your pieces, so you need to be able to display them in all their glory. That means you need to print the highest-quality copies possible.
This is where the TIFF vs JPEG argument comes into play. Which one is the highest quality image format for printing? Does it really make that big a difference?
Keep reading to settle the TIFF vs JPEG argument once and for all.
Steve is a veteran photographer who has made a career out of his passion behind the camera. Growing up in South Florida, he has always been an avid fisherman. He grew up as a tournament angler, surfer, and recreational fisherman. Even with all the years he has spent on or in the water, he still hasn’t been able to satisfy his insatiable appetite to be a part of and capture marine life.
Don is a native of South Florida and resides in Miami. With an insatiable desire to experience new lands and cultures Don has broadened his horizons and spent plenty of time traveling the world. In addition to being well-traveled, educated would be an understatement. When Don didn’t have a camera in hand, he was hard at work attending the University of Miami for Undergrad and Wake Forest for law school.
Armando Colls, a talented local artist of Cuban descent. He specializes in landscape and portrait photography in Miami and beyond. A quick look at his art and you can see his attention to detail and patience in capturing the perfect shot.
Landscape photography is more than pointing and shooting, especially in an urban metropolis such as Miami. Armando’s photos reflect his patience and persistence behind the lens. South Florida has its moments where time stands still. Every sunrise and sunset is unique with an ever present mix of tropical moisture and crowds.
TruLife acrylic delivers the highest-resolution viewing experience possible, to truly reflect an artist’s vision with anti-reflective properties and abrasion resistance.