posted on Dec, 13 2006 @ 02:11 PM
Originally posted by DrLeary
I'm simply wondering why they airbrushed this picture... It might just be for layout or appearance, but then you'd think they'd atleast do a proper
job? This is photoshop-noob-work...
Well if you think about it, they did'nt have Photoshop in the Apollo days. They did it the old fashioned way, so to speak. Either on a copy of the
negative, or on a copy of the photograph used. Of course, I could be wrong altogether, as I don't know when
the picture was modified.
Oh and what do people think the objects we see in the helmet reflection is? Kind of looks like a spotlight to me, but as far as I know they never
brought any lights up there? Please correct me if I'm wrong.
As for the reflections, if NASA had the forethought of lightening the crosshairs, why would'nt they have removed the damning
spotlight reflections on the helmet.
Don't get me wrong, I don't trust NASA or the Gov't 100% in any way shape or form. But one would think that a public relations photograph would not
blatantly show anything contrary to the Official Story.
Just my 2 cents.
I have done extensive research myself regarding this very Apollo mission. that is, in fact what led me here to ATS in the first place. I have read all
the material I could get my hands on. I do believe there are some questions lingering, but I also have come to the conclusion that yes we did land on
the moon. And also have come to the conclusion that there are many people who would like to profit from the speculation that we did'nt land on the
But I believe the initial question had been answered. Yes that image you showed in your first post was indeed modified.
What the reflection in the helmet is, I don't know for certain.
I'm sorry if you are on the "we did'nt land on the moon" bandwagon, but if you do your own unbiased research, you will find the truth. Many of the
proponents of the hoax theory have been thoroughly discredited and debunked.
If you really must know what those reflections are showing, call or write to NASA and ask them.