TIFF, JPEG, GIF, PSD, PNG, RAW, and DNG images are files we work with on a daily basis for teaching and learning but what's the best choice for your image? Chris Mattia demystifies the differences in image file types and helps you determine the right choi
- [Narrator] Let's take a few minutes and talk about…image and file types for teaching and learning.…So you also know what format you need to use when.…There are a lot of different image types…that you have likely heard of.…And we often refer to images by their file type.…Such as TIFF, RAW, JPEG, GIF, PNG, P.S.D. and so forth.…An easy way to think of these is to place them…in one of three buckets.…Camera Capture Formats.…Working Asset Formats.…
And Compressed Asset Formats.…Now Camera Capture Formats are simply the files…that are saved by your camera.…These will typically be in a RAW format…or a TIFF or a JPEG file.…RAW is a generic term that means a file format…that captures the actual raw data…coming off of your camera's sensor.…Now RAW images retain the maximum amount of information…captured by your camera's sensor.…The files are often significantly larger…than any of the other captured formats.…
The file extension will vary greatly depending on…the type of camera that you have.…Many cameras and smart phone apps have a setting for RAW…
- Mastering the Photoshop user interface
- Making selective adjustments
- Using actions for repetitive tasks
- Fixing common image problems
- Repairing an image with masks
- Preparing images for use on the web
- Creating 360 VR panoramas
- Making an animated GIF
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started with Photoshop
2. Image Basics for Teaching and Learning
3. Fixing Common Image Problems
4. Preparing Images for Presentations
5. Creating Web Graphics
6. Videos, Animations, and 360 Media
7. Exporting Images
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