Throughout this book, we use the term “shape layer” to describe a layer that contains vector shapes, or what others may refer to as a “vector layer.”
The Vector Advantage
Shapes are resolution independent, meaning they print at the resolution of the output device, not at the resolution of the file. Transformations don’t affect the sharpness of vector layers, as they do pixel layers.
In this chapter, you will learn how use the ...
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