I am putting together a website for my Aunt who is an artist. I took pictures of her paintings in RAW format (CR2). I open with Photoshop and make minor level adjustments and resize the image to about 800pixels wide by whatever the length of the cropped painting is. I first saved as a jpeg and immediately noticed a loss in color. The picture lost it's "pop" and a lot of her paintings are "popping" with color. I then tried "save for web" and noticed that the program wanted to save a gif. The gif looked awful because I could see small blocks that looked like pixels in certain areas. The PNG format looks the best but is about twice the size of my jpegs. Because I need the images to look as good as possible.. would PNG work for the website? or are there settings for saving a jpeg without losing the color? (jpeg preferred because of the file size). Thanks very much!