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TIFF is an extensive raster image file format that supports lossless compression. It is widely used for editing and storing high-quality digital images, while retaining the full detail of the original source image. Commonly used by professionals, TIFF files are capable of storing multiple color depths including 16-bits per channel. They are also popular for exchange between different image editing applications.

TIFF files can store many different types of raster images, including defined layers, text, alpha channels and effects. They are capable of both lossy and lossless compression, allowing for flexibility when it comes to size vs quality. Unlike JPEG, TIFF is also relatively platform independent and is supported by a wide variety of operating systems.

The JPG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) format is one of the most widely used image formats. It's a lossy compression type file, meaning some of the image data will be lost when saved. This allows for smaller file sizes than other image formats and is defining feature of JPGs. JPGs can be compressed to varying levels as needed, while still preserving enough image data to be suitable for most use cases.

JPGs are widely used outside of images, for example as textures in 3D graphics and as icons or logos on websites. They're also popular for storing digital photographs due to having relatively small file sizes that don't take up too much storage space. The format works with most image editing software, and it supports an impressive range of color depths (up to 16 bits per color) and resolutions.

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