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
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    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.

    https://camerareviews.com/rolling-shutter/

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