Definitions for "Underexposure"
Keywords:  muddy, dark, grainy, shadow, film
Digital Video: A picture that appears too dark because not enough light got to the imaging system.
The condition of exposing film or an image sensor to less light than required to make an accurate exposure.
Failure to expose correctly because not enough light has struck the film or sensor to faithfully render the color and brightness values. Underexposed pictures are dark; the more the underexposure the darker they become. Color also suffers when film is underexposed, although a slight amount of underexposure can be used to increase color saturation in certain color slide films.
Keywords:  inadequate, publicity
inadequate publicity