"bitmap image": also called raster or paint images. They are made of individual dots called pixels (picture elements) that are arranged and colored differently to form a pattern. Compared to a vector image, bitmap images are great for photographs because they tend to offer greater subtleties for shading and texture but require more memory and take longer to print. Vector images are best for drawings that need sharper lines, more detail, and easy modification. Vector images require far less printing resources than bitmap images
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