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What I do know is that in the five seconds between the UO picture and the picture before, the lady moved closer to the window.
Could it be because the car was moving?
Originally posted by Gordi The Drummer
reply to post by DenyObfuscation
Maybe a pothole or dip in the road?
A small movement of the car forwards/backwards into a rut/hole/dip could result in a significant tilt to the side.
The photographer - still seated in the same position would capture the mirror/door frame at the same angle but all would be tilted relative to the outside and horizon.
A small change in any of those angles of the camera, or the vehicle's angle, will result in a quite large change of the *outside* scene.
Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
Have you determined the difference in the angle of the horizon between 3136 and 3137?
I'm still bothered by the position of the land in the background being almost identically located in 3136, 3137 and the ( IDK the number) "Afternoon" shot. Not only does it seem to close to perfect to be just a coincedence but the tip of that land appears to line up vertically with the UO.
I'm asking you these questions because I respect and value your opinion.