“Lock Aspect Ratio” is the possibility to preserve the relative width and height when you resize an image or graphics shape. When locked, the original proportions of the selected shape are preserved when the height or width is changed. If the aspect ratio unlocked, then you can change the height and width independently of one […]
Often you need to rotate a picture when you are working with digital content that will be published on different websites. You may need to adjust a photo for several reasons. The default orientation of a photo depends on how the photo was originally taken. Most mobile phones use vertical (portrait) orientation. Desktop computers, on […]
Have you ever wanted to print a large image on multiple pages? Maybe you wanted to print out your own poster or banner, and hang it on the wall? Or have you ever been working in a team where you need to display a large diagram or project plan?
When dealing with photographs you have probably seen both the JPG and JPEG extensions in your favorite editing software. Sometimes this can be quite confusing since it can be hard to decide which extension to use. But no need to worry; there is in fact no difference between the JPEG and JPG formats, and the […]
WebP, the acronym for “Web Picture Format”, is an image file format which contains image data with both lossless and lossy compression. The format is currently beeing developed and improved by Google. It should be noted that it is still under development and it has great prospects to be utilized on the Internet for image sharing. […]
SVG is the acronym for “Scalable Vector Graphics”, and is a two-dimensional vector graphics file format based on the XML markup language. It’s an open standard format that was developed by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in 1999.
TIFF, or the short version TIF, is the acronym for “Tagged Image File Format” or “Tagged Image Format”. It is an image format for storing high quality raster graphics images, and it is very popular among graphic artists in the publishing industry.
WMF is the acronym for “Windows MetaFile”. This is an old vector image format designed by Microsoft in the early 1990s for their Windows Operating System. The files can contain both vector graphics and raster components at the same time.
EMF is the acronym for “Enhanced MetaFile”. It is an image format that is often used in Microsoft Windows for printing purposes, or for distributing simple vector drawings.
JPEG is the acronym for “Joint Photographic Experts Group”. It’s a standard image format for containing lossy and compressed image data. These files can also contain high-quality image data with a lossless compression, i.e. no reduction in quality.