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  The singers 2

The singers 2
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Uploader comment: This picture was snapped right after "The singers repost"...The shadow in this picture doesnt seem to match the girl either...

   

 
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Comment icon #8 Posted by Wolffheart on 10 December, 2012, 9:18
to me the shadow is ok, you can see the light source reflecting on the mic-stand on the right side. i dont see anything strange here.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Tag on 13 December, 2012, 11:33
Thanks Wolfheart...The light on the mic-stand may be the flash going off...It appears that her legs are a mirrored image...and this may be a trick of the mind but the shadow looks as if it is facing someone to my upper far left...I need to experiment with shadows dont I...It might help me understand those parts of my pictures...
Comment icon #6 Posted by Wolffheart on 14 December, 2012, 10:04
the problem with the shadows in this picture is that there are more than 1 source of light (it seams) if you look close you can see the singer is standing with one hand in her left side, this you can also see in the shadow.
Comment icon #5 Posted by StealthHog on 10 February, 2013, 15:24
Thanks for posting but I can't see anything here. The stage spot light is very bright and this can increase the disparity in the shadows. I can't see anything wrong with the shadows at all.
Comment icon #4 Posted by ReddWolfe on 25 February, 2013, 17:24
The shadow appears to be fliped witch is not quite possible. Very strange.
Comment icon #3 Posted by ReddWolfe on 25 February, 2013, 17:32
LOOK! Did anyone else notice the orbs in the picture!?!
Comment icon #2 Posted by StealthHog on 4 March, 2013, 21:24
It's a trick of the mind. The shadow is perfectly normal. Notice how the girl's left arm is on her hip. This is clearly featured in the shadow - crucially on the correct side. Further more, take a closer look at the articulation required. It's physically impossible to be her upper right arm (holding mic). Therefore my dear Watson, the shadow can not be 'flipped'.
Comment icon #1 Posted by StealthHog on 4 March, 2013, 21:29
RE: Orbs. Do they contain any features of light refraction? Yes. Here's three quickies: rainbow effects, semi-transparancy and pairing.


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