What is Image Clipping?

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This week's Ask DAvid looks at image clipping, what it is, and how it happens. Back in the day, with film, it was just called over- and underexposure, sometimes with the modifier "sever" thrown onto the front for good measure. Clipping is a modern term and is used more commonly with digital than with film photography.

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