Resolution is a term used to describe the size of an image in pixels. For example, a large file might be “High Resolution” with a size of 4000×3000 pixels, while a small file might be “Low Resolution” with a size of 800×600 pixels. Of course, high and low resolution is a loose term and relative to the user and to the shifting times in photography.
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