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Why Choose Vector Images
If you are working in the art or graphics business, the de-facto software for vector
based image editing and creation is Adobe Illustrator. Illustrator can be used for
many different things but is mainly used to producing images for print, media and
web based or online graphics.
The program works by allowing you to work with vector based images, layouts and
designs, very quickly and easily.Free download Vector A vector image is one that is
made from single points that are then connected by lines to make shapes, planes and
vertices. Other programs like Adobe Photoshop allow for true image editing to take
place with brushes and effects, whereas Illustrator deals mainly with geometrical
shapes and patterns. However, this does not mean that, in the right hands, it can
rival Photoshop for capability.
The vector file contains different elements that are referred to as "objects". Each one
of these objects has it's own properties and settings. These could be size, shape,
color as well as the exact position on the screen that it appears. The benefit of
working with objects is that they can be moved around and edited independently
and still retain all of their other properties and settings. This also does not effect the
other objects nearby too. Unlike Photoshop, which often distorts items as they are
resized or altered, a vector based program like Illustrator lets you work with all of the
objects without losing any clarity or quality of the image. When an image is created
in Illustrator, it is made by placing points on the screen which are then connected by
lines to form shapes. The start and end points are called anchor points and the
points in-between that create the curve or surface shape are called vector points.
Another benefit of using vector images is that they are not reliant on the image
size.Vector images In Photoshop, if you try to increase or reduce the size of the
image, you end up with distorted pixels, but as vector images are based on points on
the screen, the images can be resized without affecting the overall quality. Vector
images look better on devices that have a higher resolution or size but work perfectly
well on smaller screens such as smartphones. The Illustrator image can also be
stretched to any proportions as it will not lose it's quality. A Photoshop image, which
is created from single dots filling a canvas will cause them to become distorted if
they are stretched. However, you can convert a vector image to a bitmap or
Photoshop version if you want - but you cannot easily convert back the other way.