Type A shadows - large
I snapped this image a few years ago at the station in Waterloo, Ontario, when a tourist train was running to nearby St. Jacobs. Careful study of the image, I hope, makes the location of my A type shadows clear, and the reason I called them edge shadows. They really are important. Note also that they do look almost black. Take a look at the hand of the lady on the right. You can see fingers quite clearly. This is something my technique does extremely well, make the gap between fingers stand out. Look closely at my own figures and I hope you can see their fingers quite clearly.