A U.K. woman was photographed standing in a mirror where her reflections didn’t match, but not because of a glitch in the Matrix. Instead, it’s a simple iPhone computational photography mistake.

  • @LifeInOregon@lemmy.world
    466 months ago

    Generally the final photo is an accurate representation of a moment. Everything in this photo happened. It’s not really generating anything that wasn’t there. You can sometimes get similar results by exploiting the rolling shutter effect.


    It’s not like they’re superimposing an image of the moon over a night sky photo to fake astrophotography or something.