New comparative images of the shroud made with soft light and side lighting

The photos of the burial shroud made with the use of soft light allow the viewer to admire the skillful work of the ancient artist, while those taken with side lighting show all the imperfections of the surface of this II century piece. In the process of making the latter images, the lamps were arranged in a way that made the light fall at a very small angle, nearly parallel to the surface of the shroud. These images say a lot about the current state of the piece, as the light, falling tangentially, emphasizes the various details of the surface.