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Disse bildene er copyright Col de vence.com Team. www.coldevence.com...
Takk til Pierre Beake
Dette bildet ble tatt fredag 14.August 2015, klokken 12:23. Pierre Beake og hans team tok mange bilder av naturen i Hessdalen. Når bildene ble studert senere, så de den sorte diskformede fenomenet i bildet. Fenomenet ble ikke sett da bildet ble tatt. Fotografen tok bare bilder av naturen. Det var da bildet ble sett på, litt senere, at de ble oppmerksomme på fenomenet
Bildet har blenderåpningen f=2,2, og eksponeringstiden var 1/1500 sekund. ISO-40.
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Thanks to Pierre Beak
This photo was taken Friday, 14 August 2015 12:23 o'clock. Pierre Beak and his team took many pictures of the scenery in the valley. When pictures were studied later, they saw the black disk-shaped phenomenon in the picture. This phenomenon was not seen when the picture was taken. The photographer took only pictures of nature. That was when the image was seen, a little later, they became aware of the phenomenon
Image has aperture f = 2.2, and the exposure time was 1/1500 second. ISO-40.
The enhancement looks like a disc so it could be a disc, but if we look at the picture without enhancement I'm not so sure it's a disc. Are you sure you can rule out a blurd based on these unenhanced pixels? This is what I get from the image without enhancement.
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
Yup. It looks like a classic saucer shaped disc in the air. Unlike a classic saucer, the tops and bottom look like... clouds? A strange thing to say and even stranger to see. It is not a Chinese lantern (or would that be a "Norwegian lantern"?) or a blurd. Not certain what else it could be.
I'm not saying there aren't fakes out there, but I don't think this is fake. To people unfamilar with jpeg artifacts, those artifacts can look like evidence of fakery and this claim has been made numerous times, but that's actually how jpeg artifacts can manifest on a real photo, and they might even look a little fake even when they're not fake.
originally posted by: onehuman
It almost appears a bit like a postage stamp.
Would this not be a sign of say, a small piece of clip art added to the photo?