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Most common formats for raster images

 

  • PSD ("Photoshop Document"):Standard Photoshop format with layer support.
  • TIFF ("Tagged Image File Format"):It allows image compression with no quality loss. This is a smaller alternative to PSD.
  • JPEG ("Joint Photographic Expert Group"):An image compression system which is very popular online.
  • PDF ("Portable Document Format"):It allows you to store vector images and bitmaps. Very useful for files you want to print.
  • GIF ("Graphics Interchange Format"):It allows you to use up to 256 colors and animation layers.
  • PNG ("Portable Network Graphics"):It uses a compression system and allows transparencies. It has the same use as GIF files but with better quality.
  • RAW ("Right Angle Weave"):Also known as digital negative. These are very popular in photography.

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