Comment: You make a good point, and the post has been adjusted

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You make a good point, and the post has been adjusted

accordingly. There are other issues with the shadows that bear investigation, such as the lack of softness, as in your picture, and how the hair surrounds or caps a part of that shadow; the curling form around the side raises the question of whether this was cloned, after the Lanza image was potentially added to the photo.

There is strong evidence of the use of paint brush for whites in the eyes, both of the AP photo and one of the Frontline photos, the one of Mr. Lanza staring straight ahead.

The triplicate pattern of bubbles is not a function of camera angle and is anomalous, it is not a tear duct component.