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I have been a semi professional photographer for 12 years. I am always aware of
framing when I take a picture. I never review my pictures on my LCD because it
is so hard to see what I have so I wait until I get home and download them onto
my computer before I delete them. I was at the Saint Augustine lighthouse
residence quarters Museum and I took a picture of a model boat in a glass case.
I got close enough to omit the initial glass and took the photo in manual to
avoid using my flash so that it wouldn't bounce off the glass case and I would
be able to see more of the detailing of the boat. When I got home and brought
the picture up on my computer this is what I saw. I did not see the black and
white figure that appears to be female dressed as a "WAC" when I took this frame
but something is there now. Some people think that it's digitally altered but I
am sending you the jpg unedited. Also some say that it's a cardboard cut out
that is reflected through the glass but !
there were no cardboard cut outs displayed in the museum. If you examine the
picture closely it appears that a man is standing automically to her left with
his back facing the figure. I don't know what to make of this I only know that
the figure was not there when I took this photo.
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