Camera obscuras are common in the environment, including the sky and in the water.
They’re typically a light pollution or haze that obscures the view of objects like cars, people, and birds.
In our photo below, we can see an old, yellow-painted house, with the front of it covered in a dark cloud of camera obscur.
The front window of the house is partially obscured by the camera obscuration.
The most common type of camera blur occurs when there are multiple cameras around the object to capture a single image.
Camera obscurbs are sometimes called “double-shots”, and they can be very visible.
A lot of cameras have a sensor that captures a single pixel at a time.
The sensor is sensitive to the amount of light that is reflected from the object and how long it takes to resolve the pixel.
So the sensor is able to distinguish between two images when there is more than one camera, because each pixel will be the only light source in the scene.
When there are two images of the same object, the sensor can distinguish between the two images by measuring how long the light reflection takes.
If the light reflects from the front door and passes through the house, it should be perceived as a single light image.
If the light refracts from the roof and passes down the hallway, the image should be a double-shot.
The same is true for the house in the second image, except that the light from the house appears to be reflected from a different camera.
This is why the house on the left is often blurred.
In the same way, if the light is reflected back from a camera and then reflected again from the back of the car, the result is the same as the first image, since both images will be double-shots.
But there’s a catch.
When the car passes through a camera obscuring cloud, the reflection will be invisible to the sensor, and so it will appear to be the same image as the front.
As a result, the camera may think the house that passes through is not a double image, but rather a single one.
However, this illusion can be broken if you are able to identify a distinct object in the blurred image.
In this case, the vehicle may appear to have a single driver.
If you’re looking for that driver, you can always just look at the image of the vehicle and determine that it is the object.
Camera obscuras can also occur when there’s too much light.
Light coming from a nearby building will cause the camera to see multiple objects in the same frame.
In some cases, the obscuration may be too intense, and the image may appear blurry.
Sometimes, there’s just too much ambient light in a particular location for the camera’s sensor to differentiate between two objects.
In these cases, you’ll see the same blur as above, but the image will appear blurred because the background light is too bright.