Image Vectorization

Image Vectorization

An image doesn’t have any structure or data. It is a combination of pixels, dots, or film grains. We need to convert it into a structured format. That’s is why if we need to print a logo or artwork on a large scale, we need to vectorize the image to get a perfect quality, or else, it will pixelate.

Making A Vector Representation

The main task of image vectorization is to convert a two-dimensional image into its vector representational form.

Know The Geometrical Structure

A vector image or simply an image is the combination of geometrical lines and shapes. The image can be a combination of lines, curves, shapes like square, rectangle, triangle, and much more. Familiarize yourself with these and you will be able to create exceptional images.

Formats For Raster To Vector Conversion

The image can be in any form such as a drawing or a photograph. We need to convert into a vector file format. The basic vector file formats for vector software are SVG, DXF, EPS, AI, and EMF.

Tracing

In vectorization, a major portion of your time is spent on tracing the image. The designers or illustrators need to convert the image from JPEG to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). Tracing is done through different vector software tools like the “pen tool” in Adobe Illustrator.

By using these tactics, you can easily vectorize the image with ease. If you want quality vectorization of the images, feel free to take our vector art conversion service that is available at modest prices.

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