When clipping an image on Figma, it is important to keep in mind the different aspects of the image.
The first thing to consider is the aspect ratio of the image. If the image is not in the correct aspect ratio, it will not clip properly.
Next, it is important to decide where to start clipping the image. If the image is too large to fit within the bounds of the Figma layout, it may be necessary to crop the image first.
Once the image has been cropped, it is time to decide where to clip it. The Figma clipping options include the traditional rectangle and the more advanced polygonal clipping.
In the case of the rectangle, it is important to make sure that the corners of the rectangle are aligned with the edges of the layout. If the corners are not aligned, the image will not clip properly.
In the case of the polygonal clipping, it is important to make sure that the corners of the polygon are aligned with the layout boundaries.
Once the image has been clipped, it is time to save the image. To do this, click on the image and then click on the save icon in the toolbar.