Contrast is similar to shape, except here we're talking about conflicts in color and texture, which usually result from poorly prepared camouflage.
Contrast indicators include, as we've illustrated, leafy branches used as camouflage below a pine tree (meaning improper matching of natural camouflage), cut live camouflage foliage changing color or becoming limp as it dries, concentrating too much leafy foliage to conceal something, and outlines that are in conflict with shadows, which indicate use of camouflage nets.
Even the most superb camouflage is imperfect. Glass it with your optics, examine it in minute detail as the sun shifts and light changes angles, and you'll eventually penetrate it.
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