sometimes yo ucan slowly capture an image over ten to 30 seconds. stuff will show up. it help with shine and the way light is allowed in. I think.
If that's the case, there should be blurry movements as the "person" is not actually there when the shot done. But then i dunno, the photographer should know better as all pictures are edited, there is no way he missed that ghostly shadow
The pictures are taken with a process called HDR. You take several different exposures and blend them together to bring out detail in the highlights and shadows. Apparently, in one of the exposures he took for the back angle, somebody was standing next to it. For that same reason, you hardly see HDR's of scenes with a lot of movement.
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