posted on Aug, 29 2005 @ 08:45 PM
I did a search and read through most of the Phoenix Lights posts.
I would imagine most of you know that digital photos have information available in blacked out - or insufficient - light areas and all it takes to
bring the information forth is to lighten the picture.
I discovered this by accident when I lightened up a photo of my daughters taken in the kitchen.
The family room in the background was completely black in the photo and quite dark in real life.
Overexposing the scene of the girls in the kitchen via a simple photo program brought the family room bookcases etc. into proper and well-lit
If there are - and I'd bet there are - digi-photos of the Phoenix lights, has anyone tried to lighten them up and perhaps see what's around or
adjacent to the lights?
I've also lightened up digi-photos I've pulled off the net to see objects in the background of the shot.
Simple idea, granted, and known by most photographers I would imagine, but still....