Black point compensation
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Black point compensation is a technique used in digital photography printing. It is a method of creating adjustments between the maximum black levels of digital files and the black capabilities of various digital devices.
- "Black point compensation: Thumbs up or down?". www.newsandtecharchives.com. Retrieved 2016-12-06.
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