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my UFO 30.03.08

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posted on Apr, 1 2008 @ 04:49 PM
This is quite funny, because I scrolled down to the line under the second photo, and no further. Then as I scrolled up and down reviewing the two pictures, and I came to the conclusion it was fake.

I then scroled looking for the next post, to see if anyone saw the flaw in the two photos, only to see your admission.

How did I knew they were fake just by looking quickly about 3 times at each photo?

Look at the clouds. There's the mistake. Honest mistake with only one lanscape photo to work with and 20 minutes.

But with a quick look, it's plain to see the small cloud cluster the ufo is near in photo 1 (which oddly enough looks like a greys head on it's side hehe) , and the small cluster top center also photo 1, DO NOT CHANGE AT ALL in photo 2! Even though the very large Mass of cloud in the center of picture 2 the UFO is going behind has Changed and Moved ALOT!

Now I'm no meteorologist,but I would imagine smaller clouds will change/disappear much more rapidly than larger set of clouds.

Dunno why you bothered to muck with the center cloud formation at all(it becomes obvious the 2 pictures (backrounds) are duplicates (when you start to compareother stuff along the edges, someonething you never see in two seperate camera shots, but by you doing that, most people will get a gut feeling when looking back and forth at the 2 pictures something just isn't right, they might not know what it is.

I guess you did it again because you only had one landscape picture and limited time to work with? Haveing said that, imagine had you spent a few days, weeks on a set of photos
I never cared for the single picture, and this is probably why, very easy to fake a single photo, compared to 2 or 3 or 5, or a video.

But had you ONLY uploaded the 1st photo, I would have been fooled fairly easily, and probably said UFO, or possibly a bird? Unless a PS expert came into the thread and proved it a hoax, by useing technical methods.

Nice thread though. Great idea.

Star and flag for sure!

[edit on 1-4-2008 by Nola213]

posted on Apr, 1 2008 @ 09:45 PM
Here is a close up if there wasnt any posted already. Im no expert in seeing if its a fake or not, but I do know all about photoshop and stuff as I do graphic design work. If anybody ever wants to teach me their ways im all for it

posted on Apr, 1 2008 @ 11:26 PM
Besides all the anomalies mentioned previously, the scale of the ship doesn't really change; it's nearly as big entering the cloud as it was by the small cloud in the first image.

Oh, and the foreground wouldn't move like that; taking the date stamp with it.

Awaiting your return for the "reveal, " Rich.

posted on Apr, 2 2008 @ 03:22 AM
to be honest, i directly scrolled down and ignored what you've written, saw the 2 pictures, was almost going to get out of this thread due to a lack of interest, when i've decided to read what you've written below the pictures. so whatever these pictures are (real or hoax) i would have ignored them, simply because i don't care about blurry images, no matter what story is behind them. if the're real clear images shot by a good camera, showing a believable structure i might look over them, but don't expect me to freak out or something. in the end they're all just pictures, and this is not what i'm looking for.

the real ufo events, like in phoenix, roswell and so on, can hardly be faked, not matter if they turn out to be something else than alien space ships. that's what i'm looking for.

posted on Apr, 2 2008 @ 04:32 AM
Great guys
really wish I had spent more time on this to be honest. But wanted to post this topic when things were a little quiet here on ATS.

My 1st BIG mistake is posting the wrong image. In the second image I actually shifted to grass around in photoshop to give a feel of movement. But when rushing to publish them from photoshop I forgot to change the layers round.

Also the clouds in the 2nd image were rushed. Towards the bottom of the clouds you could see several of the same cloud

despite these mistakes. I would like to remind everyone that I did theses images in less than 20 minutes at work (with my attention jogging between different things). Using only two different images, one of a landscape and the other of a lightbulb.

I know alot of you saw they were fake fairly quickly. And no offence to you guys but this topic wasnt really intended for you. This was for people who generally want to know how to spot a fake or at least the signs of tampering.


posted on Apr, 2 2008 @ 06:04 PM
weather the photo's are real or not isnt even important anymore..
sure it was a big debate in the early days, say the early 90's but at this point were beyond analyzing photos for the most part, we check them out cause we enjoy them,
but the observer of these photos has to ask weather or not they are seeing something that could POTENTIALLY be occuring in our skies at this moment.

[edit on 03/06/2008 by LordThumbs]

posted on Apr, 2 2008 @ 06:09 PM
they weren't even good fakes, take a course in Maya and/or Lightwave learn some good rendering skills then come back and impress us!

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