In order to improve the experience of handling the information stored on your website you need a Content Management System (CMS) that fits your business needs and automates the process to optimal levels of efficiency.
It's 2016 and providing good user experience around images has never been more challenging. With high-resolution screens and lots of mobile devices at various browser sizes, developers need to tackle a fundamental tradeoff between a fast user experience (smaller images) and a high-quality user experience (larger images). Luckily - like imagecache/image styles before it - the Drupal community has developed a tool that makes this challenge much more manageable: the Picture module.
But first, let's review what functionality we want around the display of images: