Possible Photograph of Joseph Smith Jun.
In this video above, I use a feature called “layering”, using an apple ipad and pencil to outline certain features of the man in my CDV, and I simply drag that raw outline onto the death mask of Joseph Smith. See my page Facial Analysis for a deeper analysis of this man’s face, to the death mask of Joseph Smith:https://www.plausiblephotographofjosephsmithjunior.com/facial-analysis.html
In This video I delve into the truly fascinating story of the photographic artist, J.S. Bibbins, where he lived, worked and died, and totally mind blowing link between his Father and Emma Hale Smith: https://www.plausiblephotographofjosephsmithjunior.com/provenance.html
I have had people wonder why, with so many different photographs of the death mask of Joseph Smith, they look so different and have different results, it has to do with camera distortion and camera angles, which I explain in the video above, as I also superimpose the out of 1840s Illinois Man- onto various different photographs of Joseph Smith and explain why I favor using one particular photograph of the Death Mask...
My analysis of Skull 1, refuting the claim that Skull 1 has been for sure proven to be Hyrum Smith’s. The reasoning in 1920s was that there was a hole going through the side of Skull 1- and it was reported that Hyrum was shot in the head, but he was shot in the face and that one bullet could not have busted the two sides of his skull, having read all the accounts of the murders from those inside of the jail (WIllard Richards and John Taylor) and those who were outside when Joseph Smith fell and then was propped up and shot repeatedly (I believe that was too painful for Willard to watch or describe, he just describes a huge crowd and knowing he was for sure dead and had “no signs of life”), only Joseph Smith was shot repeatedly, Hyrum was ONLY described as having one bullet hole to the left of his nose, that one bullet could not have broken the left and right parietal bones, Joseph Smith did go out head first and landed on his head (which would have broken his skull, esp. the sides of his skull since he fell on his “left side” per Willard and those outside said he fell on his head...). Read more in detail, on my page “The Skull Controversy” here: https://www.plausiblephotographofjosephsmithjunior.com/his-skull.html
Photographs of Joseph Smith's Immediate Family