Here are a couple of images taken earlier this month that have an almost identical type of evidence of my presence, although that evidence is very, very obvious in the first photo and (IMO) rather subtle in the second photo. It seems to me that at first you will have to really look for me in the second photo, but that once you spot me I am somewhat obvious, as my head, shoulders, arms, and camera are present in that image - although the presence of other reflections does create initial issues.bakubo wrote:Let's start a new photo thread! Please post photos where there is evidence, intentional or unintentional, of the photographer, but the photographer is not the main subject of the photo. You know, a photo that is not a total goof, but a photo that you still like yet it does have some sort of evidence of you while taking the photo.
Winston wrote:While in Egypt, I was in the habit of photographing tickets for record-keeping purposes. Mohamed (our guide and egyptologist) had not seen me do this before and thought I needed some help. This is the fortuitous result.
The displayed clutter of smiling faces and sunlit scenery might seem to be a radical jump from the contrived funerary portraits next-door. But the reoccurring shadow, which invites us to ponder the relationship between the people in front of and behind the camera, also alludes to the ever-present specter of death, the grim reaper lurking on the fringes of life.
Some of the snapshot shadows are so prominent that they appear deliberate.
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