Vector and Raster Graphics
Digital graphical images, created using electronic technology.
Computer graphics - digital graphic art, raster and vector images created using computers (computer-generated imagery, CGI).
Raster images, or bitmaps, are digital images created or captured as a set of samples of a given space. Raster images are made of pixels - single points or the smallest single element in a display device. They are stored in files like .jpg, .png, .gif.
Photographs, pictures made using a camera, captured and modified reality presented in raster images - photos and snapshots.
Digital photography is the science, art and skill of creating images by recording light electronically.
Stills - static images, as distinguished from a kinetic or motion images.
Scalable vector graphics - vector-based images that are not made up of lines rather than a series of dots, they can be rotated or scaled to a larger size and preserve image quality.