Pixels on a page do not descend inwards into the photo (different depth) nor are they larger in certain area’s or elevated. Pixels is what a photo is made of. When the pixels appear they are all in unison and the same size and the same elevated levels. Pixels don’t have shadows either obviously. Pixels are one layer on a page with thousands of squares all the same size and side by side. Pixels do not connect themselves to each other by tunneling nor do they have entrances. To produce the sharpest images possible on an LCD, the user must ensure the display resolution of the computer matches the native resolution of the monitor. The way YOU will see this video is not the way I am seeing it depending on the Monitor you have but it is more then that. It depends on your video card.For convenience, pixels are normally arranged in a regular two-dimensional grid. By using this arrangement, many common operations can be implemented by uniformly applying the same operation to each pixel independently. Other arrangements of pixels are possible, with some sampling patterns even changing the shape (or kernel) of each pixel across the image. For this reason, care must be taken when acquiring an image on one device and displaying it on another, or when converting image data from one pixel format to another. Pixels have a format yup. lol Pixels appear when people zoom into a photo. I get close to the photos. Not zoom. ????? You confused? I look at the pictures in ways we see them without distorting the surface or expanding the features creating pixilation as pixels are squares on a page that can easily be seen.