Instruction

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Look closely at what is in the photo besides the man. Some items have a fixed size. For example, if a person stands near a standard door opening, car, table, it is possible to represent its approximate height.

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If the

**photos are**no benchmarks with which to compare the captured man, look closely to the figure in the picture. Anthropologists have noticed that the face height of an adult average**growth**is 1/8 of the body length. If the head is less than this amount – for example, the 1/9 part of the body, then the person in the picture high**growth**. If the head is large – this is likely a symptom of low**growth**. This calculation method can be used only if the person is filmed in full growth.3

Another anthropological method. Measure the width of the shoulders and head of the hero of the picture. The man of average

**growth**shoulder width equal to twice the width of the head. Also, if the target object is not fully removed, it is possible to determine its growth according to standard body proportions. For example, the distance from the tip to the elbow is ¼**of the growth**of the person. The same importance is the distance from the top to the nipple. The smaller the ratio, the lower.4

To determine

**growth,**we may recall the school program. In particular, the theorem of cosines: the square of any side of triangle (a) is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides of the triangle (b and c), minus twice the product of these sides into the cosine of the angle (α) between them.Man, the growth of which is required to be in this case one of the sides of the triangle. The length of the remaining two sides recognize the camera, which was done the. If it is digital, then the distance to the object it is specified in the EXIF file. The angle at which the photo was made can be determined by eye. And then the table Bradis find the value of cosine for this angle.