posted on Mar, 31 2005 @ 05:35 PM
I had to edit mty original post, I unkthinkingly set it to display the pictures. I sent an email to the original photographer apologizing, i hope
that is sufficient. I now have it with the urls in the post.
The pics are very much worth taking a look at (even outside the context of this thread). They are examples of multiple exposures that result in
duplicate images. I noted that orignally it was said that the watcher photo can't be a double exposure, but I don't see why, simply because there
isn't any transparancy in one of the elements doesn't mean (as far as I can tell) that there is no double exposure.
Double exposures can also, conceivably, happen accidentally. I notice that the field is near a nuke site, and that the figure looks to some like he
is in a nuke suit. Perhaps the family took some photos of the nuke suits, the film didn't advance, and then when he exposed for this outside pic, it
over powered most of the original image. Just a thought. Could also be intentional fraud thru double exposure or just having the guy stand there.