posted on Sep, 18 2002 @ 08:42 AM
Yes, I'm sure.
You can create most of those with cigarette smoke (or incense, if you (like me) don't smoke.) And if you take a flash photo at night during a mist
or light rain, you get the "orbs."
The one with the prism-shaped aliens is a Cheap Camera with the light of the flash bouncing back on the lens. Amateur photographers make this mistake
lots. I've done it.
The elongated skull is one very famous South American skull... they practiced skull deformation of babies as part of their culture (binding the skull
with cloths and boards. Very common.
The 'white bird shape flying down' is a luna moth. Their wings are pale and if you're using (tadaa) cheap camera with bright flash, insects look
like bright blobs at night. (I do low light/no flash photography because I got tired of insect blobs in evening shots.)
A bunch of those have been enhanced in something like Photoshop. While that's not a sin and you may get useful information, you can also distort and
manipulate the image to where it's not reliable.
And the "six formation UFO" is yet another insect ... photo is taken from a video of "rods" and in one version shows a "rod" flying around the
screen. (slow camera, fast insect. Most of us who do photography just laughed over the photos of "rods"... we get them, too, when we accidentally
photograph a bright scene with dark areas (you have to adjust the shutter speed, and you can get insects leaving streaks on your very nice photo.)