|Pixel, an abbreviation of Picture Element, is the smallest controllable element of a picture represented on a screen.
|Each pixel stores color information for an image and collectively forms the complete image.
|A pixel is typically composed of red, green, and blue sub-pixels. The combination of these defines the pixel’s color.
|The number of pixels in an image or a screen defines its resolution. Higher pixel count means higher resolution and more detailed image quality.
|It is measured in pixels per inch (PPI). It indicates the display quality. Higher PPI means a clearer and less pixelated image.
|Pixel Bit Depth
|It refers to the color information stored in each pixel. A higher bit depth allows for a greater range of colors.
|Pixels in Digital Photography
|In digital photography, pixels are used to capture and represent the digital image. The photo’s quality and clarity are proportional to its pixel count.
|It’s a style of digital art where images are created using tiny, square-shaped pixels. It harks back to the early days of computer graphics.