PSD is a native file format of Photoshop, known as Photoshop Document. When you save any image in photoshop, it automatically becomes a PSD file. PSD can support almost all image modes such as bitmap, grayscale, RGB, and many more. Furthermore, it can also supports layers while other format may be flattened on export. Saving a layers image is quite convenient as it allows to edit various parts of the image and that too with ease.
Photoshop can also convert PSD files to other formats like PSD to TIFF, JPEG, PNG, etc either one by one or in batch. For batch conversion you will be required to use a powerful Image converter. Furthermore, if you want to make the image live on the Internet, you can change the PSD file to Internet compatible language, i.e. HTML.
Our today’s post will be focusing on how PSD files looks like. This is an attempt to make our readers more clear how PSD files are actually appears. Hence, below are provided some examples of PSD designs for your better understanding of PSD. Just scroll down to have a look.