TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) is a flexible and adaptable file format for storing high-quality images.
Known for its ability to retain extensive detail, it's commonly used in professional photography and image archiving. TIFF files can include layers, alpha channels, and various color spaces, and they are often used when lossless (non-compressed) images are required, such as in publishing or image editing.
However, this high quality can result in large file sizes. TIFF files are less suitable for web use due to their size but are excellent for storing detailed images without quality loss.