These are all computational photography errors.
Modern mobile photography is increasingly turning into computational photography every year. And sometimes this results in very interesting incidents, as in the photo below.
At first glance, it may seem that everything is in order with the picture. But if you look more closely, you can see that the girl who published this photo looks different in two neighboring mirrors, and besides, neither of the mirrors reflects the girl’s real pose.
Is this iPhone possessed by the devil?
Creating such an image in Photoshop or another editor is not difficult, but the caveat is that this photo was taken on an iPhone without any further processing.
The reason for this result is actually quite simple. For some reason, the iPhone algorithms mistook the girl’s reflections for other people, and since modern photos are taken by gluing together many instantly taken photographs, we see that from somewhere in this set of photos the iPhone took one girl, from somewhere else, and then I glued it all together.
The funny thing is that in the past, when there was no talk of any modern smartphones or cameras, such a photo could have been regarded as the work of the devil.