Clipping path is a closed generated outline unlike bitmap dots which are independent of resolution that is being used to conk out a two dimensional object while working with photo editing software. Generally, the interior of a path is explained by its route. There are two kinds of paths. One is inclusive and the other is exclusive. An inclusive path is the inner part which will make sure what will be preserved. Whereas, an exclusive path consists of what will be visually available outside the path. There is another term called the compound path which is the combination of both inclusive and exclusive paths. One of the frequent or common use of clipping paths is to select an item that do not need to be provided as it is outside the viewpoint of the user.