Cropping

[punishment] Cropping is the removal of a person`s ears as an act of physical punishment. It was performed along with the pillorying or immobilisation in the stocks, and sometimes alongside punishments such as branding or fines. The punishment is described in Victor Hugo`s Hunchback of Notre Dame. == Description == Cropping sometimes occurr
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Cropping

Printing or using only part of the image that is in the original negative or trannie, usually for a more pleasing composition. Could also refer to the framing of the scene in the viewfinder. (see Clean & Tight)
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Cropping

The elimination of parts of a photograph or other original that are not required to be printed. Cropping allows the remaining parts of the image to be enlarged to fill the space.
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Cropping

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Crop
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Cropping

Diminishing the projected image so that it can be used in various mediums. The height and width of a partiuclar image may need to be trimmed to fit on a wide screen or a small screen. Cropping often occurs when films which were produced for the `big screen` are edited for television. Both the horizontal and vertical planes may be effected for such
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Cropping

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Cropping

[image] Cropping refers to the removal of the outer parts of an image to improve framing, accentuate subject matter or change aspect ratio. Depending on the application, this may be performed on a physical photograph, artwork or film footage, or achieved digitally using image editing software. The term is common to the film, broadcasting, p
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Cropping

Omitting parts of an image when making a print or copy negative in order to improve the composition
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Cropping

means trimming unnecessary extra material from the borders of a photo or other still or moving image to concentrate the reader's attention on the main subject.
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Cropping

A harvesting practice. Only the lower leaves of leafy vegetables are regularly harvested, so the plant will continue to produce.
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Cropping

[animal] File:Dogo1.jpg|thumb|A Guatemalan Bull Terrier with cropped earsCropping is the removal of part or all of the pinnae or auricles, the external visible flap of the ear, of an animal. Most commonly performed on dogs, it is an ancient practice that was once done for perceived health, practical or cosmetic reasons. In modern times, it
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