2256 Scrapbooking Of The Dead.
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One of the things that I’ve always found interesting is how where you cut off a character in a frame changes how your brain sees them. Carol in this image has her normal bust size. I measured it versus her previous appearance to make sure I wasn’t remembering it wrong. It seems smaller to my eye when they aren’t bisected by a crop. So oftentimes when I do crop any of the girls their busts read as being too large, so I check & they are identical to how they should be. It’s been going on for years & I’ve never gotten used to this phenomenon I’ve been experiencing the entire time.
Does that cropping phenomenon also apply to photographic images?
For me it does, but I’m not sure if it holds true for everyone.
Oddly enough, I am wearing the same type and shade of sky blue shirt as Carol, but I lack the impressive chest needed to fill it out like she does.
It happens in real life too. I always feel like my chest is bigger when the rest of my curves aren’t accounted for.
…my husband seems to think I’m quite attractive though, like Thomas does for Carol -blush-
Like if you’re looking out a window?
Got to keep a weather eye on those bustlines, you know. Because…reasons. Technical reasons. I am NOT a pervert! Why does everyone keep suggesting that?? :D
Well, I am not sure how my phone put that as a comment reply, but that’s how it is now!
Of course you aren’t…………..,,,
If enjoying the sight of a nice pair of boobs is perverted, then I cheerfully declare myself one sick puppy.
A death scrapbook has the same energy as a funeral pinata.
I think funeral piñatas should be a thing now