Sunday, November 13, 2011

Raster Graphic Definition

Raster graphic definition: it means that photos are made of many small points or pixels. Pixel is a single point in a raster image. Raster graphics images are also called bitmaps.

You can see that here in enlarged photos. They are about 1500 % larger than photo "Autumn tree" below. And you can try it yourself too, just zoom (enlarge) your photo to 1500% and you'll see a lot of unrecognizable little squares.

You can find more about raster graphic here.

And here you can find Gimp tutorial Fall photos for photo editing. We can change photos very easily with changing colors or cropping and resizing. We can also add frames and get quite unique photos.
Gimp is free raster graphics editor, similar to Adobe Photoshop®.

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