Hi dear costumer, as a result of my work experience I decided to write a series of posts with some tips for buyers. This post is dedicated to the types of file format in cui you can save a graphic, photograph or anything that falls in the graphic design world.
Among the most common formats we are:
JPG: Joint Photographic Experts Group. file format based on the use of pixels. This file format is the most used in the photograph to the report data compression / image quality. The basic properties of the image are incorporated into a single layer.
PNG: Portable Network Graphics. raster file format used on the Internet, Allows you to maintain transparency and is Particularly light. The basic properties of the image are incorporated into a single layer.
EPS: Encapsulated PostScript. It is a vector file format that contains Enquire which allow the modification of the database. Thanks to its broad compatibility is suitable to “encapsulate” and enclose the file data to be transported.
PDF: Portable Document Format. It is an open file format, widely used in the press and that, depending on the basic settings, it can save or not the compatibility with other programs and the possibility of modfiy the file. It contains any resolution files.
AI: Adobe Illustrator. The file format of the homonymous program. With the use of this format the file Retains all its proproietà and is editable. Illustrator works through “curves and vectors” So the image can be scaled without losing definition.
PSD: Photoshop. The file format of the homonymous program. With the use of this format the file Retains all its proproietà and is editable. Photoshop works with pixels, with this format you can store many properties including levels and color profiles.
I hope this guide will be useful,
See you soon.