Tiff

TIFF is a computer file format for storing raster graphics images, popular among graphic artists, the publishing industry, and both amateur and professional photographers in general. The format was originally created by the company Aldus for use in desktop publishing. The specification originally had the name TIFF as the acronym for "Tagged Image File Format". When Adobe Systems acquired Aldus, they published Version 6 (1993) of the TIFF specification which dropped the Microsoft reference as well as all references to TIFF being an acronym. TIFF remains a published specification under the control of Adobe Systems.
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  • What’s up with those image files?

    … and Raster images. Let’s get started breaking it down. Raster Images Whenever you save pictures you find or purchase online, you’ve probably noticed that the save type is usually a JPEG (JPG), PNG or GIF. These are all considered raster files. Raster files; also referred to as bitmaps, are constructed of a grid of pixels or points of colors to make…

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