What is right or wrong with this material from page 9 of The Shroud: A Critical Summary of Observations, Data and Hypotheses, by Robert W. Siefker and Daniel S. Spicer.
Image pirated from Colin Berry, complete with the yellow exclamation mark.
Table I, Item 4.0:
A body image is visible in areas of noncontact zones between body and Shroud, for example, the nose and cheek areas.
This characteristic is inconsistent with the image being formed by a contact mechanism.
Yeah! And? Any strong objections to this point other than from Colin and those who propose photographic methods and those who propose artistic methods and maybe Luigi Garlaschelli?
Hearing none . . .