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Can JPEGs Be Improved to RAW Quality?




Will using AI processing be able to restore some of the loss that JPEG files drop due to their format? Dr Feng Yang discusses how this can be possible, increasing the quality of huge numbers of photographs including those of stock libraries.

JPEGs are a “lossy” compression system to reduce the file size of images. This ubiquitous format was invented in the early days of the internet and has become the universal standard, despite the subsequent introduction of better file formats, and the general preference of professional photographers for creating images in a RAW format, so as to enhance them at the processing stage.

In this article Dr Yang discusses how the AI in his Topaz Photoshop plug-in can measurably improve JPEGs to remove some of the most common artefacts and defects.

Website: Can JPEGs Be Improved to RAW Quality?

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Sad News: Martin Hillier of Rex Features Passes Away
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Can JPEGs Be Improved to RAW Quality?
Will using AI processing be able to restore some of the loss that JPEG files drop due to their format? Dr Feng Yang discusses how this can be possible, increasing the quality of huge numbers of photographs including those of stock libraries.

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