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Chapter 3. Startup > Where images come from

Where images come from

An image can be created, opened, edited, and saved in over a dozen different file formats in Photoshop . Of these, you might use only a handful, such as TIFF, GIF, JPEG, EPS, and the native Photoshop file format. Because Photoshop accepts so many formats, an image can be gathered from any number of sources, such as scanners, drawing applications, PhotoCDs, still images, video captures, or even other operating systems. An image can also be created entirely within Photoshop.


These formats are available in Photoshop in the Mac OS.



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