**i've given you all the information you've asked for. i'm not here for ridicule, if you wish to make you point, make it analytically not
So, back-story. purchased a brand new canon rebel xs today. took about 200 photos so far. I was upstairs messing around with between 8 and 2 second
exposure times. Then this.
Its not my shoulder because the mirror is eye level, and i was adjusting the lens with my left hand which would put my shoulder at a lower/relaxed
Its not my hood because im wearing a black hoodie, which was more or less flat against my back. and i did not adjust myself or walk around during the
sequence of pictures. so it would be visible at that level in all other photos.
if it were a normal blur. whats blurring? and why would it clearly be sectioned off behind my hair? and only in one picture?
Im open to debate, ill give you all the info I can. im requesting help on the analysis if there are any photo experts out there.
heres what im talking about
Here is the height and size of the mirror
here is the view of what would be behind me
another one for comparison
I didn't even notice at first until my girlfriend mentioned something because i was taking a sequence of shots without looking at them.
Here are more i took before realization. compare for yourself.
the next one looks like it was still 'there" but leaving
dissect at your own discretion.
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