JPEG files are one of the most popular image formats but you might be surprised what you don't know about them. In this episode, we will show you some tips and tricks about saving information into JPEG files. Let's get started!
About Martin Perhiniak
Martin is a Hungarian graphic designer, digital artist and an Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor (Design Master). He is currently teaching and working in London but usually travels around the UK and share his love for Adobe products and graphic design.View Full Profile+ Expand Bio- Collapse Bio
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