These pictures were taken by the Jeff Milan on a recent visit to the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao.   He gave up trying to straighten the verticles. 

These pictures were taken by the Jeff Milan on a recent visit to the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao.   He gave up trying to straighten the verticles. 

TEST IMAGES

RB Wix hosted WebSite  images now in WebP format

 

I have recently noticed that Wix now convert images on site from submitted jpg to WepB

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebP

 

I have done a few tests on my comp./screen 

 

I find there is a small difference between the uploaded image and the right clicked downloaded image.

 

Surprisingly, there appears to be a discernable improvement in image quality over the submitted, mainly as far as I can see an increase in sharpening. This may not be to everybody’s liking.

 

The whole business is about image file size. But I find this is only achieved on large file size jpegs

A jpeg at 1400x1050 at 100% 1.4 MB is compressed to about 276K

A jpeg at 1400x1050 at 80% 267K is compressed to about 255K

Bearing in mind the downloaded image is smaller than the 1400x1050 submitted.

 

There is a small colour shift. The second in top left on colour chart is #F1956C on submitted jpeg image and #F1966C on the right click downloaded WebP

 

To view WebP most image progs appear to require a plug in. For viewing I have found paint net 4.2.5 which supports WebP is quite good, allowing jumping from one image to another for comparisons.

https://www.getpaint.net/index.html

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Kingfisher fishing in rain

This image is much sharper in WebP 'format' When checked against the submitted image.