Upon purchasing a vector illustration from Imagefied, the user will receive both an EPS file (in vector format) and a fixed JPEG (in raster format) for their convenience.

Vector images are created using mathematical equations to define the points, lines, and shapes in the image. Vector images are resolution-independent, meaning they can be scaled to any size without losing quality.

While Raster images are made up of pixels, which are tiny colored squares arranged in a grid to form an image. Raster images are resolution-dependent, meaning they can become pixelated when scaled up.

EPS files can be changed, colored, and made bigger or smaller without losing their quality. To open and edit them you need a special program like Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDraw, Inkscape (free open-source software), etc.

Note: It’s important to know that some of this software can open the EPS file, but not all of them allow editing the file.