With the advent of photoshop and all the techniques used to manipulate photographs it’s hard to tell whether a picture is truly genuine or not.
Never the less I appreciate the concepts behind all of them.
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Ms. Sixpenceee, I just wanted to say the one at the church isn’t real, the person is just wearing white and sitting in the sun. The photo was over exposed, creating a glowing effect. if you look carefully you can see once her legs aren’t in the sun anymore they don’t glow, and you can see her feet.
The one of the head in the TV is also probably not real, because that ‘light’ streaking underneath the head is actually a shirt. I used to have a TV like that, and if the light is shining on it the image becomes faint like a reflection.
Also the one taken at Six Flags is a semi-obvious double exposure. If you look carefully you can see the faint outline of some darkly-colored walls (likely lockers) and if you follow that you’ll notice a shift in the angles, which I believe is a staircase.