Artifacts

Vincent Bockaert, 123di.com

Artifacts refer to a range of undesirable changes to a digital image caused by the sensor, optics, and internal image processing algorithms of the camera. The table below lists some of the common digital imaging artifacts and links to the corresponding glossary items.

Blooming Maze Artifacts
Chromatic Aberrations Moiré
Jaggies Noise
JPEG Compression Sharpening Halos
This article is written by Vincent Bockaert,
author of The 123 of digital imaging Interactive Learning Suite
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