Clipping Path is the process of removing the original background of a photo with the intention of inserting a new background or just isolating the object you want in the photo. When using the clipping path, the object surrounded in the path remains as is (and it then can be copied and be further edited), while the objects that are outside the path are getting removed, giving you fine edges of your photo image.
As a lot of photo editors already know, clipping is important when it comes to editing images. This is because it can make pictures look more realistic and it can also improve a picture’s overall appearance. There are different photo editing techniques similar to clipping path (like cropping) but each one is used for specific editing.