posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 01:26 PM
I am a very frequent visitor to ATS and this is my first post. The pictures below are from a friend and were sent to me to post on ATS. I am not
very good at analyzing photos and would love for the ATS photo experts to take a look at these two photos to see what you think.
The photos were taken over Shell Lake and were meant to get a good shot at the moon. When the photos were downloaded they noticed an object in the
sky that had moved in relation to the moon. As you can see, in one of the photos the moon is blurred because the camera was not completely still but
it is still in the other photo. I see a cone shaped object with the top of the cone facing the camera. Does anyone else see this? Also, can someone
manipulate the photos to bring more light into the shot?
The camera was a Panasonic DMCFX8 Lumix Digital 5 megapixel.
If you have any questions, please ask and I will try to answer.