Choose the optimal image quality and file size

The images below compare image quality from 100% (full quality) to 1% (lowest quality).

Quality has been reduced in 5% increments as you scroll down the page. Comparing the images will help you choose the best image quality for your website/app by visually understanding how quality impacts the file size and image clarity.

If your browser supports WebP, you’ll see either a JPEG or WebP image, whichever is smaller.

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