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AAD 600, Unit 2: Working With Images

Topics: Resolutions (web vs. print), Vector vs Raster, Basic Editing, Adjustment Filters, Retouching, Copyright & Fair Use, Scanning, save for web

UK Arts Administration

on 9 July 2015

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Transcript of AAD 600, Unit 2: Working With Images

I. Vector vs Raster
II. Resolution and File Types
III. Basic Editing
V. Retouching Images
VI. Scanning
VII. Save for Web
VIII. Copyright & Fair Use
Individual color dots or pixels
Resolution = Pixels in a 1 inch square
smartphone displays
tablet displays
computer displays
Dots per inch (DPI)
Digital Display
Standard is 72 PPI
"retina display"
For Printing the Industry standard is 300 DPI
Printed pieces at 11 inches x 17inches or smaller
Vector files are a series of mathematical points and lines
potential for scalability
Raster files cannot easily be blown up
can always decrease in size, but never increase in size
Change an image's DPI
do not resample an image
IV. Adjustment Filters
Spot Healing and Patch Tools
Red Eye
Consider where you will be using the scanned images.
How large the image will be when reproduced later
Web Image File Types
Three Primary types of images
Vector file
Unit 2:
Working with Images
Web Article:
Standard vector file = .eps
Adobe Illustrator has an .AI extension
For Online Use
Resampling changes image quality
In-line art and photographic
Clarity of Image
File Size
Amount of Detail
Raster images work best as a JPG or PNG file
Photographic or Raster Graphics
Two main factors
File Size
Line Drawing or Vector Graphics
If the image is a vector use a transparent background (GIF or PNG)
If the image is photographic choose either PNG or JPG
Photograph file
Adobe Save for Web
What is copyright?
Finding Commercial Images
No Hard or Fast Rules
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