Pixrelated and watermarked photos, how do you know when they are not?
Pixelated means the image has been blown up to the point that you are aware of the the pattern of individual pixels. It looks poor quality.
Watermarks you can see. Someone has stamped their name or logo on the image.
You can see a watermark. Pixelation can be ascertained once it is posted or saved; generally thought they look sort of "blurry" and as the image is enlarged the poor quality becomes readily apparent and the pixels(dots) can be easily seen.........
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