What You Need To Know
The term resolution refers to the number of small squares known as pixels, that describe an image and establish its detail. Resolution is determined by pixel dimensions, or the number of pixels along the height and width of the image.
High Resolution: 300+ ppi
Low Resolution: 72 or 96 ppi
Saving in Camera Raw
Steps to Save:
- Click Select All in the Camera Raw dialog box to select all images
- Click Save Images in the lower-left corner
- In the Save Options dialog box, choose where to save and what to save the file name as
- Click Save
Bitmap Images and Vector Graphics
Bitmap images, technically called raster images, are based on a grid of dots known as pixels.
Vector graphics are made up of lines and curves defined by mathematical objects called vectors.