Question about Adobe Photoshop CS3 10
JPG format flattens the images and discards layer info and other attributes. PNG is flattened also but contains options to save transparency. PSD keeps all information about your work with the image including layers, paths, actions, etc. PSD is basically the best file format to save your work that you described here. Please post a comment if you have another question.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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