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Photoshop Pixels RES

1st Photoshop Pixels/Resolution

image quality dependent on Resolution & Aspect Ratio
Resolution amount of detail (or data) stored for an image
PPI pixels per inch
Monitors are low resolution devices, most display 72 PPI
DPI Dots Per Inch
Aspect Ratio relationship of an object’s width to its height
pixelation each pixel in the image must cover a larger space on the screen (blurry ~ distorted)
Vector graphics created from mathematical formulas used to define lines, shapes and curves.
nodes drawing points
Raster Graphics Consist of grids of tiny dots called pixels
Common Raster Formats GIF//JPEG//BMP//PNG//TIFF
Compression how an image is saved in order to reduce the file size
Created by: kchastain