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  1. Digital Imaging »

  2. Digital Imaging » Size/Resolution Compression Format Output

  3. Resolution »

  4. Resolution

  5. Resolution

  6. Digital »»

  7. Why should I care? • Camera now shot at very high resolution / large files • Significantly higher than is required for viewing on a computer • Examples

  8. Compression

  9. Compression

  10. Compression »»

  11. Compression Examples

  12. File Formats • PSD • jpeg • gif • png • Tif

  13. Photoshop PSD • Use PSD when you need to preserve layers, transparency, adjustment layers, masks, clipping paths, layer styles, blending modes, vector text and shapes, etc.

  14. JPEG • JPEG - JPEG is best for photos when you need to keep the file size small and don't mind giving up some quality for a significant reduction in size. JPEG is not suitable for images with text, large blocks of color, or simple shapes, because crisp lines will blur and colors can shift

  15. GIF • GIF - Use GIF for simple Web graphics having limited colors. GIF files are always reduced to 256 unique colors or less and they make very small, fast-loading graphics for the Web. GIF is great for Web buttons, charts or diagrams, cartoon-like drawing, banners, and text headings. GIF is also used for small, compact Web animations. GIF should rarely be used for photos.

  16. PNG • Use PNG when you need smaller file sizes with no loss in quality. PNG files are usually smaller than TIFFs, in my experience. PNG also supports alpha transparency (soft edges) and was developed to be a Web graphics replacement for GIF.

  17. TIFF • Definition: One of the most commonly used and versatile graphics formats in desktop publishing, TIFF or Tagged Image File Format is a bitmap graphics format that is ideal for high resolution printing TIFF offers great flexibility for use in page layout applications in part due to multiple color modes, multiple compression types, and cross-platform compatibility

  18. Digital Imaging: Screen Screen: Lower resolution Colour space RGB

  19. Digital Imaging: Screen

  20. Digital Imaging: print Generally require Higher resolution Colour space CMYK

  21. Why should I care • If it’s important for you to accurately reproduce the colours • Example

  22. Colour Space

  23. Photoshop

  24. Q & A

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