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Different file formats



I am speaking to you today about the many different file formats that can be provided for you if you are looking for an effective way to store your files correctly while saving file space and quality at the same time. The first thing that you need to know when you era doing this is that some file formats only support so much of the quality of the image that you are trying to save for instance in a Jpeg you may have great looking images from a distance but when you look in close enough you can see the pixels that are making the image but even though it may not be the best quality of format you are guaranteed a good amount of file storage because that size of the formats are very small and you are able to save as many as you want while saving a reasonable amount of file space at the same time.


different file formats




TIFF files on the other hand are layered  images that can be excellent for photo editing and you are guaranteed the best quality in the image that you have chosen for instance if it is an image of an artefact you would use a TIFF Format to enhance the quality of the photo so you can see more but there is a down side, TIFF files are considerably larger than J Pegs and use much more file space from up to 16 bits as when the JPEG formats are * bits

different file formats GIF

This format is used more for video editing and while it is good for video editing it is no good for printing resolution due to the loss of image compression and lack of colour resolution in the images but it is very good for graphics and video editing but not for printing.

Different file formats


PNG is one of the less used file formats but is considered one of the best due to the fact of its lossless compression in the images that it presents and even though it is slower and for the more patient user it is very good to keep the compression of the image and can be more effective with size then a JPEG or a GIF file so even though it may not be the most commonly used file format it is certainly one of the most preferred formats in the editing industry.


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for this image I actually merged two layers together and inversed them to combine the opacity together to make the images look sleeker and blended together but before I did this I ad to remove the background from the first image ad ten make the image in the background fit in with the top image.

deadpool image 3D by james pearson

This was for the true 3D effect the effect tat allows you to make an image look true 3D so it can look like it is coming out of t screen with 3D glasses this was done by taking the top layer ad removing the green and the blue from the settings and then you click on the boom layer ad remove the red from the layer ad then you press right of the keypad and it should appear distorted but when you put on red and blue 3D glasses and the it should look 3D.