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As you can imagine, we put a lot of time and attention into each video we make - and if we do it right, our work is invisible. The video should look effortless and just work.  To help highlight the factors that we feel are important, we've broken down our recent video on “Image Resolution and Pixels” into 4 parts - something we call “deconstructing” it.  Let's take a look at the video... (Reading in email? Click here to watch the videos.) Section 1: Agreement and Context (18 Seconds) In the... Continue Reading

Video: Image Resolution and Pixels

Posted by: leelefever on July 9, 2013- 10:32am

Categories: Common Craft Video, Explanation, Images, photography, pixels, video

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I will bet you know people who need this video. It's designed to relate the basic ideas behind resolution and pixels in digital images.   This video follows the story of Neil, who learns why he can’t enlarge and print a photo that was taken with his phone.  Using an analogy of a blanket, the video illustrates what happens when a small image is enlarged and what’s needed for printing larger photos.  It teaches: The basics of pixels in digital images Why a digital image with a small number of... Continue Reading