When resampling images, larger or smaller, you always loose some quality. This is natural as you are either adding or removing pixels from your image. When you make an image smaller, it will become sharper and more pixelated, as the higher contrast edges are maintained at the cost of the less important filler information. Preparing Images for Web When creating images for web use, keeping the file size low is very important. To achieve this, format and compression levels must be taken into consideration. The formats most commonally used for web images are GIF and JPG. These formats offer low file sizes and moderate to very high quality.

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