When camera manufacturers moved from film to digital, they adopted a new standard image size. The dimensions of this new image size are in the ratio of 4:3 and do not fit evenly into many of the conventional size prints … the print areas are either a bit too wide on one side or too long on the other.
This is no different than watching an old movie on your widescreen TV!
A similar situation exists in photography, but we use different terms.
Zoom (on TV) is called Crop to Fill in photography and means that your image has been enlarged to fill the entire print, so some of it may be off the edge of the print and not visible - just like zoom mode on TV.
• When snapping a photo, make certain that important subject matter is not close to the bottom, top, or sides of your image.
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