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Kilobyte1,024 bytes. A term used to describe how much hard drive space an image will require when saved.
Keystoningin order fit a 3 x 4 frame you must step back further (if flat on) or closer but angled to cover the same subject
Kerningthe process of adding or subtracting space between specific letter pairs. You can control kerning manually, or you can use automatic kerning to turn on the kerning built into the font by the font designer.
KelvinThe unit of absolute temperature, i.e. degrees above absolute zero.
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