reply to post by Palasheea
Sorry I am off for so long, but having a cold this last week and work to do keeps me away from ATS for days sometimes. Hey, no one pays here and I
can't afford the utilities to run my systems if I don't work for $. Anyone paying???
Palasheea, you asked me, so here it is. (You owe me )
OK doing the work, even though I have very much more important work. I really am working on serious UFO stuff, but to humor the troops here goes.
Look at the colors. They demark differences in reflected frequencies of light. Notice the Yellow is related to the stony materials the rocks are
composed of. The light blue is shadow, but from all the foreground and background. Now notice that there is no yellow in the supposed right arm of
this figgure. Also notice that the shadows on the small rocks in the background field have the same blue as the arm.
You will see that the body of the rock has a dark reddish cast, but the arm has a pinkish cast as all the other background. This is very plain sight
difference meaning that what you might call an arm is part of the background yards away.
Notice that yellow shows the rock material, but that where rock would be in the arm there is no yellow. Meaning that the right arm we seem to see is
actually not solid but is a shadow of a smaller rock in back of the larger rock. Also the head (so called) seems to show little or no yellow, or
solid material. That too could indicate it being a shadow or coincidental placement of an object or it's shadow behind the rock.
This one is fairly clear. See how the shadow of the rock is easily seen as dark almost black, but where a shadow would be under the arm does not
exist. It is a solid orange, but of the same orange as the colors in the sand and rocky materials in the area well behind the rock in question. The
head seems to shadow ok, but the arm is not an arm, so does not.
I did this all with simple tools in Photoshop CS3 using color saturation, curves and other filters. I never touched or changed anything manually.
Just clipped the area, applied filters and adjustments.
This is why it is important to look closer at these things and be able to see this before making wild speculations and judgments. There could very
well be bronze sculptures from ancient Martian civilizations on Mars, but I could tell this was likely not that, without doing all the work to prove
it to you.
To see how this effect can fool the eye, read my last couple posts here again and look at Bev Doolittle's work on the link provided below. She very
cleverly uses this very effect to paint hidden images within her works. A method I also have used in illustration.
I hope we all got an education here. I can't do this all the time. You guys try this at home and show us some good stuff on other posts. We need
more people to help us show that there are strange things and possible evidence of other life on Mars and in space/Earth and Moon findings.
Take up the batton and finish this race with us to find truth. This was to prove you where mistaken unfortunately. I would of rather have shown you
where right, but I saw it was a dead end. So much for thinking that was over.