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We can upgrade most images to a high quality vector image for $19
What is difference between raster and vector?
Vector graphics are digital art that is rendered by a computer using a mathematical formula. Raster images are made up of tiny pixels, making them resolution dependent and best used for creating photos.
To put it simply:
Raster files ( jpg, bmp, tiff, png & psd ) when resized pixelate. This pixilation distorts the image.
Vector images ( svg, ai, eps & some pdf ) can be resized without losing any image quality.