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    Hello, does anyone know why the quality of the photos drops days after being accepted on the website? I really don't know if it just happens to me. I use the Firefox browser to view photos and upload photos. When looking at my photos from another browser such as Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge they still look horrible. I try to save these photos from the website and it shows me that they are in webp format. While the photographs that are seen in maximum quality if they are in jpg. Is there any solution for this? This is constantly happening to me with the latest photos I upload. I use Lightroom to do a contrast, exposure and other enhancements, then I send it to photoshop to apply focus and I export it for the web in maximum jpeg quality.


    Here some examples:

    Firefox:

    https://i.imgur.com/i9yKYm2.png


    Chrome:

    https://i.imgur.com/9EfVV74.png



    Original photo:
    https://i.imgur.com/MpavcS3.jpg


    JP Photo:
    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10005312


    I appreciate someone who can help me.

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    Originally posted by JuanMancipe View Post
    Hello, does anyone know why the quality of the photos drops days after being accepted on the website? I really don't know if it just happens to me. I use the Firefox browser to view photos and upload photos. When looking at my photos from another browser such as Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge they still look horrible. I try to save these photos from the website and it shows me that they are in webp format. While the photographs that are seen in maximum quality if they are in jpg. Is there any solution for this? This is constantly happening to me with the latest photos I upload. I use Lightroom to do a contrast, exposure and other enhancements, then I send it to photoshop to apply focus and I export it for the web in maximum jpeg quality.


    Here some examples:
    ..I don't see any perceptible difference in quality? Are you sure you're not looking at the scaled down (by your browser) of the accepted image?

    Can you look at these two images and tell me which one you think is the 'bad quality'? One is the uploaded version from JP, the other is from your 'Original photo' link.

    Click image for larger version

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    Click image for larger version

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ID:	1108472

    I seriously can see no difference. If you think you can, can you point out the 'quality' flaws?

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