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underexposure

An image is underexposed when the film or image sensor receives too little light for proper exposure. Underexposure results in loss of detail in the subject’s dark areas, which can be almost completely black and featureless.

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underexposure

A condition in which too little light reaches the film, producing a thin negative or a dark reversal or print.
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underexposure

A condition in which too little light reaches the film, producing a thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
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underexposure

A condition in which too little light reaches the film, producinga thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
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underexposure

A picture that appears too dark because not enough light got to the imaging system
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underexposure

An image that does not receive enough light for a proper exposure. Underexposed images are dark, often with a complete loss of detail and contrast.
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