how come if someone took a pic of a vamp then you couldn't see it in the photo?

I know vamps aren't real, but how come you cant see them in pictures? please give me the reason even though they don't exist

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  • 7 years ago
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    Vampires aren't seen in pictures because their skin is so baby smooth and shiny that it creates a barrier on their bodies that absorbs the light. Pictures are based on light and when you take a picture of a vampire they absorb the surrounding light and makes it seem as if they aren't their. The people in the movies try to recreate this but they fail. They only blend in with the snow due to their pale skin. Real vamps would dissapear on camera.

    Source(s): I base this on absolutely nothing. I have a Ph. D in cryptozology therefor I am right.
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