Raster Images vs. Vector Graphics – What’s the Difference and Why is it Important?
Do you ever wonder why something you printed turned out pixelated or blurry?
That’s because the image used was raster — meaning that it’s composed of pixels that can only be scaled to a certain degree. Therefore, to achieve a crisp and clean look, a file must be vectorized. Confused? Don’t fret. Continue reading to understand what these terms really mean.