In this photo of Prince Andrew, Duke of York (taken on a Kodak disposable camera):
We see it is taken with a flash (assuming that bright light on the window is a reflection of the flash). But if rays of light are coming straight out of the camera, why are there black shadows behind the girl in the middle (Virginia Roberts Guiffre) and on the woman on the right (Ghislaine Maxwell). It looks like the light source is coming from the left to cause those shadows. Why aren't those shadows being filled in by the flash? Seeing as the flash has had time to reach the window and back to the camera?
How would such shadows occur?