I guess what I'm asking is.. I'll make a little text diagram:
SUBJECT ======================== LIGHT ============================= MIRROR
SUBJECT =========================================================== LIGHT
Let's say the full distances of both of those diagrams is 10 feet. Does shining the light back into the mirror and adding an extra 5 feet of distance traveled really do that much to the shadows? As opposed to just moving the light back to where the mirror was?
If so, I'm trying to wrap my brain around how the physics of that works. And also how many stops would get lost. I rarely see mirrors as it is don't ask me why.
Edited by Macks Fiiod, 03 November 2018 - 06:01 AM.