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Generally, save always the best possible resolution, and prefer always a lossless format. Once data is lost, it is lost, and cannot be gained back. Don't skimp on some megabytes, unless you are forced to by the print provider.
Always use the highest (native) resolution on your camera, and after editing keep the photo at its native original resolution. You do not need to, and should not, reduce the resolution simply because you plan to sell the image in future. Most people who buy the image would want it in its original resolution, and if they don't, they can do the resizing ...
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