Imagine sau porțiune a unei imagini în care zonele de umbră (negru) nu prezintă detaliu, în urma unui expunerii insuficiente.
Greseala de expunere care produce disparitia detaliilor in umbre, cauzata de utilizarea unui timp de expunere prea imc, a unei diafragme prea inchise sau a unei sensibilitati ISO prea mici pentru nivelul de iluminare al subiectului fotografiat.
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 subjectâ€™s dark areas, which can be almost completely black and featureless.
A condition in which too little light reaches the film, producing a thin negative or a dark reversal or print.
A condition in which too little light reaches the film, producing a thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
A condition in which too little light reaches the film, producinga thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
A picture that appears too dark because not enough light got to the imaging system
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.
Filming a scene with less light than the emulsion of the film needs for a correct exposure. The image will be too dark. If compensated for in printing, the image will appear grainy, and very muddy.
The result of recording too little light when taking a picture, which results in a dark image. In digital imaging, underexposure can be corrected to a certain extent by the use of image-editing software, depending upon how underexposed your image is. Raw files offer more latitude than JPEGs and TIFFs for correcting underexposure.
The result of the film or imaging sensor receiving too little light.