posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 11:57 PM
Sorry if this dbl posts, but I tried to anonymously reply...
I am no photo expert, but I am very skilled with photoshop and photography. Looking at every picture, I conclude the same results for every picture,
but I reference this one because it shows every point:
A few key things to point out about these pictures...In any environment where you have natural light, the location comes from one source or one
general location when dealing with the sun. The angular reflection at the bottom left on the branch has direct sunlight comming from the right side
of the photo, causing a slight "shading" on the left side of the branch. The "object" floating has a reflective property which radiates the light
more towards the viewer, thus providing light more centered on the middle of the "object". This show that the dimension (as in alternate dimension)
that the photo was taken, has a unique light property...from TWO exterior light sources! Also this implies that the objects, while appearing in the
same "frame of reference" were taken at different times.
Second point...One problem with this is the photos are obscurred by a "blur" effect which appear to be about 3-8%. This would eliminate any any
"cropping" effect you would normally find when doctoring up digital pictures. Even in digital photography, a blurry photo has some uniquely clearer
spots, providing the contrast needed to tell real photos from fake ones...that IS NOT the case here. The objects in the foreground are not found to
have any more resolution than those in the background.