How Celebrity Is Affected by Media

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Student Resource 8.2
Reading: Working with Graphics
A graphic is a visual presentation used to inform, illustrate, or entertain. Graphics often combine text, illustration, photographs, and color. Examples include a photo, logo, map, chart, symbol, and diagram. The following are examples of graphics:

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Logo graphic:
Combining color, shape, and type
This image included under fair-use guidelines of Title 17, U.S. Code. Copyrights belong to respective owners.| Map graphic: Combining color, shape, and type
This image included under fair-use guidelines of Title 17, U.S. Code. Copyrights belong to respective owners.| | |
Photographic graphic:
Combining photo, color, shape, and type
This image included under fair-use guidelines of Title 17, U.S. Code. Copyrights belong to respective owners.| Diagram graphic (aka line-art graphic): Combining shape and type This image included under fair-use guidelines of Title 17, U.S. Code. Copyrights belong to respective owners.| Technical Considerations When Creating Graphics

Color Model
When you are creating computer graphics, you must choose a color model, or color range. A color model tells devices using your graphic how to show the colors you selected for your design. The two most important color models are RGB and CMYK:

RGB, which stands for red, green, and blue, is used to display color on scanners, digital cameras, and computer monitors. In addition, desktop, digital, and other printers usually print RGB images without problem. In most day-to-day personal, academic, and business applications, RGB is typically used because it’s the most common color range in the digital space.

CMYK, which stands for cyan (blue-green), magenta, yellow, and black, is used in commercial offset, four-color printing. When your end product is going to be printed in this manner, graphics must be created as (or converted from RGB to) CMYK images. Resolution

Resolution is the measurement of how many dots/pixels fit...
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