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How can i increase site speed without reducing image quality?

Hi, I have a photography site my site "page speed" is only 39 out of 100. there are no js error, no HTML error. Google page speed checker suggest me to reduce my image quality but it is a photography site and image is main focused.

My all images are "save for web".

So, How can i increase site speed without reducing image quality?

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Use should use the well-optimized images, I am using these two techniques to optimize images 1st in Adobe PhotoShop (drag image in PhotoShop and save as the web) 2nd use the online tool tinypng.com (just upload image and get optimized image without reducing image quality)

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user image thumbnail slider, don't use original images on home page
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Hi, I have a photography site my site "page speed" is only 39 out of 100. there are no js error, no HTML error. Google page speed checker suggest me to reduce my image quality but it is a photography site and image is main focused.

My all images are "save for web".

So, How can i increase site speed without reducing image quality?

Thanks
What are you using to save your images for the web?

A DPI of 72 is sufficient for the web so if you change the resolution of the image to that before editing or resizing that would reduce the file size.

When you Save for Web - ask the program to use progressive. This compresses the image.

Examine if changing the quality of the image really makes that much difference visually. Maybe change the file format to PNG? It might help or hinder.
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Use should use the well-optimized images, I am using these two techniques to optimize images 1st in Adobe PhotoShop (drag image in PhotoShop and save as the web) 2nd use the online tool tinypng.com (just upload image and get optimized image without reducing image quality)
Follow this, I too do it in the same way. You may also find few plugins for wordpress such as WP Smush which can be extremely helpful to reduce the size and increase the speed as well.
 
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Can you please share Your Website then i suggest you.
 
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Use Adobe PhotoShop and save your image as save as the web this option will not going to reduce your image quality.
 
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Same problem happened with me that time i used online image compressor tool. You will be also find on Google. Let me tell you the process... First, upload your images which is high resolutions then the online tool will compress all the images. Try this i hope it helps.
 
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Can you please mention the url of your website? You can go to tools(.)pingdom(.)com to check which of your website's resources are affecting the loading time of your website and you will also get suggestions to rectify them.
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You can use Photoshop . It wont reduce image quality.
 
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You should use Png format for images and you can do adobe Photoshop and you have now last option contact your hosting provider for batter image hosting type website.
 
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Without reducing the image quality you can't increase the page speed. You can use the Adobe Photoshop tool to reduce the size of the images without disturbing the quality.
 
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You can talk with your hosting provider, some providers offer speedier connection for some extra bucks
 
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I love the panda from tinypng.com. The panda can reduce the file size by keeping the quality.
For me there is absolutely no difference between reduced and original image.
 
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