Part of the density of a person’s shadow is to do with the intensity of the light that hits the body. But the solidity of any shadow of any person simply does not impact on me in the same way as the building of an architectural structure. People are simply too fluffy around the edges; covered in fabrics and hair which automatically render any shadow as less defined. The width of the human body is simply not wide enough, it lacks presence and definition, it lacks solidity and structure.
This image is of little consequence to me.