I read somewhere that JPG is a bad file format for pictures. Over time, the pictures begin to loose their quality. I read somewhere I could convert images to TIF to retain image quality, so I decided to convert the JPGs to TIFs. After turning my 2 megapixel images, which were each about 300KB, I noticed the files size of each image increased to 5 megabytes. I thought to myself, "WOAH! That's too big!" Isn't there a way to keep a decent image with a small file size?