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Cap Badge above right eye? What the f***

#2
I think its something to do with the way it was filmed and played back blah blah tekkty waffle which I dont understand. Anyway, thats according to an anorak who I work with.
 
#4
Quite simple, someone's 'reversed' the tape. check out his collor does yours sit like that, right over left, or left over right. It's kind of like a mirror thingy.
 
#5
its a mirror image of the original film so that all those interviewed in that section were looking in the same direction. The same bloke is in the programme with the capbade over his left eye.



Now, the London Irish caubeen is another issue!
 

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#7
Fugly said:
The image is flipped horizontally - blame the civvy editing nuggets at Sky, not our man in the picture.
Any half decent Badge would bounce him anyway for being inverted in a public place or horizontally incorrect on duty....
 
#9
hammy123 said:
I think its something to do with the way it was filmed and played back blah blah tekkty waffle which I dont understand. Anyway, thats according to an anorak who I work with.
Reversed Negative Image? If you look at his collar, it crosses right-over-left, rather than the conventional left-over-right, so the complete image is reversed.
 
#13
It's great when they do this. We had a picture of an Aircraft Carrier on a magazine front page once...couldn't work out what was wrong with it...then twigged that the bridge was on the wrong side, they had inverted the picture...errased the flight deck numbers (which were inverted) and replaced them with some computer added ones.

All in the name of 'looking right'

S_R
 
#14
Sympathetic_Reaction said:
It's great when they do this. We had a picture of an Aircraft Carrier on a magazine front page once...couldn't work out what was wrong with it...then twigged that the bridge was on the wrong side, they had inverted the picture...errased the flight deck numbers (which were inverted) and replaced them with some computer added ones.

All in the name of 'looking right'

S_R
Obviously somebody lacking in "IQ" then ... :wink:
 

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