When it comes to answering the age-old question of PDF vs JPG, there are many things to take into account – including the pros and cons of each file type!
A PDF file is a document developed by Adobe, whereas a JPG is an image that is only really of good quality when you don’t try to make it too big – a bitmapped image.
PDF files are not originally compressed, but JPG images are. This explains why JPG images are not totally clear but they do take up a lot less space on your disc.
PDF files and JPG images are also useful to use together because they work across any operating system, Windows, Mac and Linux.
Even though both PDF files and JPG images are used by almost everyone as a lot of documents online are PDF files and almost all images on the Web are JPG images, it can be hard to choose one over the other.
Keep reading to find out the pros and cons of PDF and JPG files, designed to help you decide which file format is right for you.