Have you ever had an image that you needed to send to a friend of a colleague but you were worried that they might make accidental changes?
Have you ever had an image that you needed to send to a friend of a colleague but you were worried that they might make accidental changes? If you can understand that fear, then converting your JPG to PDF might be the perfect conversion for you. There are many reasons you should consider converting your JPG to PDF, the least of which is safety. JPG images can often change their formatting slightly when they are sent from one place to another, whereas PDF files are fixed. If you intend to open your JPG on a different computer or device, a PDF file can be a really handy way for you to keep your image looking exactly as you intended. JPG images are also stored on your computer in lesser bytes, meaning that when you open your images, they are not in their original size. JPG images are also poor in quality when used in high compressions that you don’t always have the chance to choose. It can also be hard to know what quality of an image you will receive after printing, because the print quality of an image depends upon it’s pixels dimensions, which changes depending on the device you are viewing the image on. PDF files, however, remove those challenges by being all-around easier to use.