When I first found out that I was able to photograph ufos; I, too had the problem of not being able to get close up shots of them; however, I knew
what they were.
In the finish, my patience paid off and I was rewarded by two really close photos, one taken by my husband and the other by me. However,the craft were
not visible to the naked eye. I had sensed their prescence in the atmosphere.
My husband is a profound sceptic, who loathes the subject of ufos, so you can imagine how he must have felt to know that I directed him to point his
camera in the area where I had sensed the craft.
At the height of the object, and from what I can make of it, it doesn't appear to be a balloon, and the configuration of the object is wrong for a
plane, unless it is a test model of a new aerodynamic design.
Don't worry, in due course and with patience, you will be rewarded. Just be patient. I have had ufo experiences all my life, but only recently have I
been able to photograph them. The majority of the first photos the objects were too far away to be determined as to their identity.
I didn't worry. When I knew a ufo was in the area, then I would go out with my camera. I knew that there was a 50/50 chance of me getting a good
photograph, as sometimes they can affect cameras.
I tried to photograph my first one (not the one on the website) with my Samsung Camera, which was a 35mm camera. All of a sudden, it was like I had no
control of the camera. It was setting itself and shooting photographs, which ended up being blank. I don't know if it was due to the electronic field
of the object, or what. I just could not get the photograph of the object. I left it for a long while after that and didn't bother worrying if I got
them on camera or not.
Then back in 2002; I got the pringling sensation that alerted me to their prescence. I knew then it was the right time to take a photo.
If I am rewarded with any more good photographs I will share them. However, don't get disheartened in time; you will see you will have photos that
then will make people call you a fake, as they will think you hoaxed them.
One rule of thumb: Never hoax any photos of ufos, or paranormal events-if you do when you come to photograph something genuine you will have already
left your credibility in question. This is the reason any photos I publish are my own and if not I credit the person who they belong to-I will not
hoax any photos of ufos, or paranormal for the public, or for attention. One I don't need that kind of attention. Being called a hoaxer to me is a
degrading thing to be called.
Second rule of thumb: If it isn't genuine, don't publish it. I know your photo is genuine, but people do like to submit hoaxed photos and then admit
their hoaxes later.
I see the ufo phenomenon as a serious subject. We are being visited without a doubt, but to discredit the subject doesn't really help us to