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 Does saving a JPEG lower the image quality?

Answer Because JPEG is a "lossy" format, there is *always* quality loss. The trick is that in many cases, the loss cannot easily be seen by us humans, and might only be exposed if you looked at the color ... Read More »
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How to Improve Jpeg Image Quality?

Saving a file with many colors as a JPEG can greatly reduce its quality, which may be unacceptable for professional, high-quality projects.The JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) image format e... Read More »
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How do you change the file size of a .gif and/or .jpeg image in Photoshop Elements without losing quality?

You would have to re-save the file with lower quality (for a JPEG) or with fewer colors (for a GIF). You can definitely do that with Photoshop but I don't know about Photoshop Elements...
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Image files that are repeatedly compressed by the JPEG algorithm suffer visible quality degradation?

There are some opinions that this is the case (see the link "JPEG Image Compression Degradation"), but I cannot agree. Normally there is no major degradation of the image by repeating the open/sav... Read More »
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Would the D5200 have lower image quality at high ISO than the d7000?

Take a look at this linkhttp://www.dxomark.com/index.php/Cameras…You will see that the Nikon D5200 slightly out performs the D7100. The D7000 is a definite third placeThat said, there are compel... Read More »
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