how come when u take a photo when u get it developed the image seems so far away?
- Anonymous6 days ago
basically, jews,buddhists,muslims pray head down to satan. during the night christian earthlybowdowns count 40 times more than daily earthlybowdowns. since, most of the time witches pray during the night against christians, it's best to pray at night ...maybe you could do 2000 christian earthlybowdowns.. notice that muslims-jews-buddhists stay head down which shows that they worship satan; christians have to get up super fast showing allegiance to Christ and not the devil. so, christian earthlybowdowns: u face east, legs together (so that demon don't run underneath ur legs); u look at the eyes of icon (energy goes ur way according to saint Pelageya of Ryazan); u make proper Orthodox sign of the cross (first three fingers together as if u had a pinch of salt in them; thumb always straight; ring and pinky to palm; firmly touch forehead: "in the name of the Father"; firmly touch 1cm above belly button: "and of the Son", raise hand to chest level and now move to right shoulder where there bones meet: "and of the Holy"; move to left shoulder: "Spirit. Amen"; release the fingers; hand down by ur side); u bow down on ur knees (knees together), then put hands together on the floor, then forehead on top of backofhands; as soon as ur forehead touches the back of hands, get up super fast showing allegiance to Christ (and not the devil). do 2000 times during the night against witches. 'cuz witches work hard for satan (by praying like three hours); you have to show them respect by outworking them; u feel me? but of course when u tired u could pray the Jesus prayer at least three times every hour (don't sleep 4 more than 1 hour; wake up and pray the Jesus prayer three times; then u can rest a little bit; in case witches pray real hard to satan, then u have to pray to Jesus as many times as possible); thank u; forgive me rudeness.
edit: chosen people = the ones that have the correct religion. orthodoxy is the only true faith with one cup and one spoon and no one gets sick. roman catholics tried one cup one spoon ritual and got sick with bubonic plague; if heresy enters orthodox monastery, then its inhabitants will get sick also. covid = another heresy; that's why disposable cups were introduced in heretical gatherings. churches who had disposable cups, masks, disposable spoons, dipped spoon into alcohol, or closed for covid = no grace of the Holy Spirit in them = they woik for satin. death to de antichrist! oh...snap... here he iz flyin' thru ma neck of de woodz; hide ur kidz, hide ur wife; antichrist is flyin' thru town; take ur glocks out and shoot dat son of a bytch down; he's an s-o-b 'cuz his mother is a 12th generation prostitute to jews and hindus; ew...he's gay 'cuz she a lesbian who pretends to be a virgin; well... project blue beam will show five figures (christian god, buddhist god, hindu god, muslim god, and jewish god) merging in2 1 (de antichrist); so, hide now (within a 7-15 people group; 10-12 according to saint seraphim of sarov; 10-15 according to saint gabriel urgebadze)... no documents as they r from satin (burn 'em); no electronics so that u won't be tracked (even old broken unplugged 1970 tv set will show de antichristo using tesla's ether); forgive me 4 dis spiel.Source(s): Satan's chosen people want world revolution to bring in chaos, then "order out of chaos" under the evil flying antichrist from the tribe of Dan who will ride on a donkey into the Third Temple which will signify that Satan's kingdom on earth has begone. Hide your kids; hide your wife 'cuz evil flyin’ antichrist is flyin' thru town; take your glocks out and shoot that s-o-b down; he's an s-o-b 'cuz his mother is a 12th generation prostitute (according to saint Lavrentiy from Chernigov); forgive me.
- SumiLv 71 month ago
Short Answer: The lens used was too wide angle. You need to zoom into the scene either by increasing the focal length of the lens, or by walking closer to the subject if your camera doesn't have a zoom lens.
It's likely that the viewfinder of the camera you used is not accurate which can give you a false impression of what's being photographed. You do not state which camera you're using, but if you're using a disposable film camera, then this would explain things.
Disposable cameras have wide-angle lenses which can capture wide areas of the scene, but in doing so everything thing looks pushed back and smaller. Your option now is to have the negative cropped. As your lab if they can reprint the neg and crop into the scene which make things larger. Or, you can have the negative scanned and crop it yourself which is quite easy to do with even the simple image-editing software included with Windows or Mac iOS.
- 1 month ago
That is probably because :
a ) You were standing a long distance from the subject when you shot , and / or
b ) The lens on your camera was a shorter focal length than needed to make the subject appear larger and closer .
- Jimmy CLv 71 month ago
We have digital cameras now. I recommend getting one.
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- Land-sharkLv 71 month ago
When you see it on a display screen it will be backlit beautifully like the film slides back in the day, and you will be looking at it nice and close too. Phone photos are usually shot on wide angle lenses which make everything, except what's in the foreground, look small. Ever taken a photo of the Moon and been surprised by how incredibly tiny it looks? You'd need a 300mm (equivalent in 35mm film) lens to get it looking like you think you saw it. Portraits need something like 80mm (equivalent) so that they don't make people look stupid with big noses. Some of the high-end phones have added lenses to help with that.
- 1 month ago
Just stand closer to the photoSource(s): brain
- micksmixxxLv 71 month ago
That's because you don't realise the importance of the lens(es) used to take the photographs, ma'am. You don't indicate which type of camera it is that you're using, but many point and shoot cameras/mobile phones, etc. tend to use wide-angle lenses. These are great if you want to 'take in' a lot of the scenery, but not so great if you wish to focus up closely on a subject. (Focusing up close with this type of lens almost always distorts the view.)