1. JPEG- Best known file format, Small file size allows for more storage, but The quality of the image drops.
  2. TIFF-  Most Commonly used industry standard file format, allows extensive editing and higher quality, but Requires more storage due to file size.
  3. RAW- Generally used to get a good image, the best quality image is captured, but files are large and hard to move around.
  4. DNG- Used to capture RAW images, safer alternative long term to guard against inability to access the file, but extra time is needed to convert the image.
  5. PNG- The ideal file format for internet pictures, No compression allows the picture quality to be good, but quality will not be good enough to print at any size.
  6. GIF-Similar to PNGs they are good for internet pictures, Files can contain animation, but the limited color pool hinders the image.
  7. BMP- A lossless file format that are large, Printing these images produce good image quality, but the larger file size means you require more storage.
  8. PSD- Generally used by adobe photoshop, allows manipulation of specific individual layers, but Layer files are incredibly large.

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