A Raster image is made up of pixels. All digital photos are raster images. This is the opposite of a Vector file, which is made up of lines, arcs, circles, etc.
Raster images can not be enlarged without losing some sharpness as the software enlarging the image has to ‘guess’ which pixels and colours fill in the new areas between the existing pixels.
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