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I made a graphic with photos, shapes, and chracters in Ps and exported to a jpg file.
I opened the jpg file with Preview, Photos, Twitter on MacBook Pro.
I openened the jpg file wiht Photos, Twitter on iPhone.
The jpg file is presented, as I expected, with Preview on MacBook Pro and Photos on iPhone.
But the resolution turns poor in Twitter on MacBook Pro and iPhone.
On Twitter, jpg file looks a litter better than png file in terms of resolution.
So far, I see no difference between jpg and png.
Do you have any opinion?
(Dimension: 6827 × 8192
Resolution: 300 × 300
File size: 14 MB)
Do you really need such a large image for onscreen viewing?
In the beginning, I drew the graphic with Illustrator.
The issue was the resolution, when the vector file was exported to png or jpg.
So, I reproduced the graphic with Photoshop.
I happen to keep all the parameters identical between Ai and Ps.
It sounds like; if I reduce the file size on Ps, I would get a better resolution on all occasions.
Does that what you mean?