there is probably a word for the type of shadow in this picture, which happens when a bright light source is shining from the roughly the same position as the camera. it results in shadows that are projected in almost the same size and shape as the object seen from the camera, since the cone of vision is the same as the cone of shadow-casting. it gives things a shadow "border" that seems to float in the air. there's artists who use this device a lot in horror art particularly, who i like a lot.
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