Most of us when trying to enlarge a photo often results in blur that looks like smear of melted rainbow ice cream. We've tried to solve this problem in recent years with digital cameras that capture pictures with higher pixel counts, as well as more powerful computers that can where vector graphics can be extremely helpful since they can rescaled to be as big or as small as you'd like without process these images more easily. However, what if that's not good enough and you want something that will still look good when it's blown up to the size of Kim Kardashian's caboose. This is exactly where vector graphics can be extremely helpful since they can be rescaled to be as big or as small as you'd like without any loss of quality. But how is that even possible? The reason that traditional raster images tend to become blurry and distorted when resized is due to the image file is just a collection of instructions that tell the machine how many color dots there are in the photo, what color they should be and where they should stand. So if you take lower resolution JPEGs and try to stretch them out beyond the actual number of DPIS they have, this leads to drop of sharpness and faded quality.

Vector graphics, on the other hand, works in a fundamentally different way. It defines lines and shapes and their positions relative to each other. Vector files have a significant advantage of taking up the less amount of space on your computer's drive, so you can end up with an image large enough to look crisp on a highway billboard while still taking up less than a megabyte. Unfortunately, vector images aren't usually a great choice for photos and other illustrations that look photorealistic as its tools and even the most sophisticated artists cannot reproduce texture one-in-one. However, it is not the case with logos, cartoons, and such like visual graphics. If you've ever tried to convert something like a photo of a person to vector you will understand what we mean.

Raster eye picture and vector eye

It is easy to convert vector pictures to jpgs, png, gifs and other bitmap formats. It basically takes a few seconds to perform the export. Yet, it is not easy to perform vice-versa conversion as this requires specific design skills. If you have pixelated images, you have to draw their elements one by one assigning colors to your shapes and strokes. For those with lack of appropriate vectorization abilities or time to perform necessary tracing of logos, sketches, artworks and illustrations we have created a professional service which will take on the hardest jobs and send you ready vectorized files within a specified timeframe. To submit your logos and artworks for quality enhancement and improvement you can use our Request A Quote Now form and one of our team members will contact you with price estimate and upon completing the payment our graphic designers will recreate your content. And they will be fully compatible for high quality printing or electronic usage.

raster logo converted to vector by vector service

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