In my opinion, these photographs are all fakes.
The biggest clue is in the last two pictures. The hoaxer used two photographs: one
to make the first image
, and another one
make the last two
- that's the problem.
Although the UFO changes position, the background (sky in this case) does not.
This could not happen naturally, it's impossible. If the photos are real, it implies that the photographer's hand is completely steady
something which would be hard enough anyway, let alone on a hot air balloon - which would be in motion.
Here is a GIF animation to prove this...
The photographer claims that the photos were taken on a Canon SLR, note the absence of a D
SLR - was this a film camera? If so, why haven't the
negatives been made avaliable?
A DSLR camera can usually shoot more than three frames per second, that means that the camera can take a burst of photos very quickly with almost no
delay between each shot, even so, there would have been at least some
hand movement between each shot, regardless of how quickly they were
I don't know what to think...It looks like real but, my instinct is telling me that this is CGI... =\
It looks like CGI to me. It's hard to explain, but it simply doesn't look real. It just looks wrong - whether that's because of the poorly
replicated shadows/lighting or whatever - it just has that typical "CGI feeling".
There are few other things about the "UFO" which bother me. Take a look at the thick white line around the UFO. What's that?
Also, notice the dark blue section at the base... Why is this section of the "UFO" dark? In my opinion, this was a bad attempt at adding depth to
the "UFO". To me however, they just appear as two different colours - that's why it was a bad attempt...
[edit on 28-8-2007 by JH80]