This is the companion page to my writeup An Analysis of Lightroom JPEG Export Quality Settings, with the full-naive-resolution versions of the samples, as described in that post's About These Examples section.
In these examples, you'll notice that even the “lossless” versions are not particularly crisp. This has nothing to do with JPEG quality, and everything to do with my inability to hold the camera steady, or to focus properly. Sometimes I can do pretty well, but this level of pixel peeping requires more skill than I have all the time, and I had only a small selection of photos available on my laptop when I decided to write up this post, so I had make do with what I had.
You'll also notice in the graphs that the file sizes for these 4256×2832 images are dramatically larger than for the 1518×1010 images of the main post. The boat example is a whopping 13 megabytes at the maximum 93〜100 quality, larger than the original Nikon NEF raw file it came from, and almost 7 times larger than the version on the main post. And yet I would challenge anyone presented with both it and the 0〜7 quality version (at 5% the size!) to pick which was which.
Finally, the odd lack-of-filesize-increase when moving from the 47〜53 quality to the 54〜61 quality is in a few of these manifest as a noticeable decrease in file size. In the main post I speculated about why this might happen, but I wish I actually understood the reason.