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What is an image resizing?
Cropping & Resize. In photography industries, cropping means to remove unwanted areas from an image. This process is one of the most basic photo manipulation processes. This process is performed in order to remove an unwanted subject or irrelevant detail from a photo, change its aspect ratio, or to improve the overall composition.
As you are taking the picture, it is different than the size of the picture. Which you can’t use anywhere. In that case, you have a picture that gives the perfect shape. This is how I will use image cropping and image resizing.
And this is how you run an e-commerce website when it comes to resizing images. Because many more e-commerce websites require different sizes of usage. The Amazon image is not used on the eBay website. Due to Amazon, eBay has different image sizes.
Which is the best image resizer?
Using resized images for different purposes (thumbnail etc) and for different devices (mobile, tablet, etc.) is a good approach to have but for each image size, you should have set of images with different resized images. This raises the issue of managing multiple images of the same image. What if you need a different size to be resized of all of your images?
My point is to change your point of view which is that you need an image resizer for a website but you need is a bit more. You need an image management platform to manage your images. There are a lot of tools for image management tools/platforms to handle these situations. One of which is image4io. Image4io is a full-stack image management solution that stores only the full-sized image and when resizing requested it resizes on-the-fly. You only manage for one image and the rest sizes are handled from image4io. You can check out how it resizes from how it works page.
What is the best way to resize images without losing quality?
you can’t. Fewer pixels means less quality – at least theoretically. Whether the human eye or more specifically, the eye of the intended viewer, can distinguish that difference in quality is entirely subjective.
Rather than reduce the pixel count, the more common method is to use a compression algorithm such as JPEG to reduce the file size of the image while retaining as much quality as possible, by essentially making smart decisions about which pixels matter more to the eye and which can be “merged” with others.