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]