Anyway, today I will be talking about pixel vs. vector, and about Adobe Illustrator.
Photoshop (which I hate, by the way) uses pixels - Illustrator, however, uses vectors.
The difference? Well, today I found out.
Vector images can be enlarged from a very small size to as large as a billboard without loss of quality. On the other hand, pixels are the small dots that make up a photo or a picture in a image format. When you try to enlarge the photo, the quality decreases because the space between each pixel needs to be interploted and it gets very pixelized.