Not only replying, but replying word for word with the same comment (with slight addition to the one here).Did anyone notice that author tells about iLLuMiNuTTi.com in preview (link in #66), and there's "Robert Copper" replying there, 2 days before coming to Metabunk?
If you don't want to buy it, i'll tell you in a few months after his photos go viral. I think he deserves to make some money off this.
graphics aren't my strong suit. I have low end graphic card and a tiny computer screen. when I blow things up half of it falls off my screen and I cant figure out how to capture itDeirdre, I think you don't need to wait so many months, author jumped from #721 to #109 in Amazon best seller rank in just 24 hours, thanks to us (more than 600 positions!).
I think maybe the candles got stretched by accident. it's possible he stretched the body section to help make the body less recognizable and the candles just got caught up in the stretch. The shadow of the candles match the other pictures in relation to the candles.I don't know why did he make candles taller instead of just add a flame to them
oh snap. you're right. I finally figured out how to enlarge photos on my tablet. the littlest boys hands don't change at all.. which, is impossible when photographing a 2 year old if you're spending time to zoom in and outThe three photos are all edited version of the same photo.
adding photo of what you are talking about. For a camera to zoom in to make mom bigger, the table would have been cut off.When you zoom in a camera, you lose the limits you had before as the image is reduced in area and operator is concentrated in people to be photographed, unless he or she moves the camera so as to keep any limit (like lower left here).
It's absolutely unlikely that operator would zoom in and be that careful about table's border and then zoom out again
Ramsdell is an actual artist with possibly the expertise to do it.But it looks like whoever did this had a more original version
the end of your sentence disappeared (must be supernatural!!)Humility Cooper was a real person, but wasn't hanged for being a witch. Apparently she returned to England. And the excerpt from John Winthrop's
Interesting. When I checked in with this a few weeks ago he didn't seem to have had much activity on there for a few years. I messaged him but got no reply. And when I looked again his profile has been deleted.Here's Richard G. Ramsdell's facebook profile of them:
probably just trying to protect his family members from being harassed. unfortunately that's what happens in this age of "everything is my business internet mentality"Interesting. When I checked in with this a few weeks ago he didn't seem to have had much activity on there for a few years. I messaged him but got no reply. And when I looked again his profile has been deleted.