Photographs and image production

8 Sep

If an image is made up of a few million pixels, it’s bound to be higher in quality compared to an image consisting of less pixels. If you think about it, one section on a higher quality image would have way more pixels than the lower quality image would. The lower quality image would appear blurry if you tried to zoom into it. Just about every camera, particularly those of the digital variety, can produce images with thousands upon thousands tiny squares. And then there’s the vector image, whose appearance goes unchanged regardless of how large or small its size is. Vector images are usually smooth and appear to have no pixels. They can be found on greeting cards, cereal boxes, and company logos.

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