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Why cant anyone get a decent picture?

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posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 05:47 PM
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It bothers me more than anything else really.

People go on safari and can get perfect zoom shots of Cheetas running, or Lions pouncing, in fact in life im sure we have all whipped out the digi cam and manged to get an excellent shot of something which just happened out of the blue.

Why is it then that not a single person can seem to manage to get anything but a blurry out of focus blob or shape when it comes to UFO pictures?

With the amount on powerful high quality cameras available these days it beggars belief that nobody can get a single decent shot of a UFO which stands up to some kind of analysis.

Anyone care to comment on that? Do aliens have some weird power to turn all photographers into rank amateurs on command?

If I see one more hazy blurry "look maw its a YUFO" photo im going to scream




posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 05:57 PM
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Theres some O.K. ones here:
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:01 PM
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I'm not trying to kill your post but this topic has been done numerous times. Here is one example. There's no crime in resurrecting old threads.

The search function can help you check to see if the topic has already been done.

But most importantly.... welcome to ATS.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:09 PM
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Thats a very good question actually one I have asked many times. The problem is the inhabitants of the crafts are most probably so far ahead of us both technologically and spiritually maybe they have some way to stop us from taking the photographs?

A friend of mine saw a silver metallic no seams whatsoever UFO right outside her house when she was in her teens she speaks about it as though it was a milk cart or a lorry. Anyway she just felt completely compelled to stare at it and do nothing else apart from call to her family who all looked out the window and witnessed it. At no time during the sighting did any of them think to grab a camera and take some pictures. When I mentioned that it was a little strange that all her family just stayed on the stairs looking at it for a good 3-5 minutes she agreed it was strange that no one took a photo.

This has led me to believe that there is more to the spiritual aspect of ufology than meets the eye.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:13 PM
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Here is another thread which is (in my opinion) related to the blurry picture subject matter. Check it out!

I also wanted to give you another 5 pts (from my reply) so you don't get discouraged to post new threads.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:15 PM
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Originally posted by franspeakfreeThe problem is the inhabitants of the crafts are most probably so far ahead of us both technologically and spiritually maybe they have some way to stop us from taking the photographs?


Good Grief... WHY?

How about simply a result of the energy field around them that makes them fly?

Look at THIS image... maybe you will get the idea?





posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:17 PM
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Sorry about the thread, I should have guessed it was done to death. Ill search next time


Anyway, on the issue of taking photos I could readily understand why someone wouldnt think of taking one, I suppose a really good sighting of a strange object would be fascinating and you might not think to run for the camera.

What I dont get is some of the pictures where a good quality camera is used, not a cell phone, and yet all we get is a blurry out of focus range shot. If you were going to take the picture, take it.

In some cases range is a factor but ive seen some images which are well withing range of any decent digital camera and yet still the worst possible image you could get.

If I was going to snap a UFO id make sure to get the best quality shot, havent these people ever heard of anti shake?


Im not a particularly great photographer but even im not as bad as the majority of UFO snappers seem to be.

The youtube video was interesting although id say 70% look like natural explainable phenomenon, 20% look outright hoaxed, and 10% have a kind of mysterious blurry kind of fascination to them. I still think in this day and age we should expect some better quality images of UFOs by now.

UFO hunters have very good quality cameras by all accounts and yet even they cant seem to produce a decent imagine. A good long lens professional camera would easily snap a crystal clear image of some of these things at great range, im just not sure why we never seem to see any.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:20 PM
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posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:22 PM
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This has led me to believe that there is more to the spiritual aspect of ufology than meets the eye.


Possibly. I would also put forward the psychological impact this must have on a human mind. As Peter Jennings reported, Seeings Is Believing. You can talk about the subject matter on ATS all day long. You can see strange lights in the sky. But if you see a metalic object with no visible exhaust (indicating conventional mechanics) in broad daylight......that has to really shake someone up.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:30 PM
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Originally posted by Scramjet76
Possibly. I would also put forward the psychological impact this must have on a human mind. As Peter Jennings reported, Seeings Is Believing. You can talk about the subject matter on ATS all day long. You can see strange lights in the sky. But if you see a metalic object with no visible exhaust (indicating conventional mechanics) in broad daylight......that has to really shake someone up.


Funny you should say that this is exactly what I said to her, she talks about it like it was normal. It didn't bother her in the slightest, when I said to her that this was a chance in a lifetime, she didn't seem to bothered. She said the metalic craft just hovered about 20 ft or so off the ground just above some trees, it just stayed there and did nothing apart from hover, no noise whatsoever. Then WHOOSH it shot up in to the air and that was that. I was fascinated with her story as one minute we are talking about day to day life the next she just pops it in, then afterwards starts talking about something completely different. Amazing.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:33 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon
Good Grief... WHY?
How about simply a result of the energy field around them that makes them fly?


I hadn't thought of that, you mean some form of technology that creates energy around it thus blurring it from vision.

But what about the video footage of UFO'S not all of them are blury to the naked eye. Only when you zoom in on them, Take the photo above for instance.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:41 PM
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Probably the thing that annoys me most is I saw a UFO when I was 11.

Now im very self restrained and have always been willing to at least aknowledge the possibility of hallucination, just to clear that up.

However as it appeared to me the craft itself, one of the infamous cigar shaped sightings, appeared no more than 200 yards ahead of me at the top of the road which runs up the Manse Hill in fife Scotland.

I was a child then and of course digital cams and mobile phones were things we just didnt have back in the early 80s. However had I seen that image in the modern day, even with my 3.2 ega Pixel mobile phone I could have snapped a perfect and clear image that would have blown your mind. So just thinking of it makes me wonder why nobody has ever managed such a shot. I had an excuse they technology wants there when saw mind and i was 11 years old, but somebody must have seen one close up by now, I cant be the only one?

Whats curious is that 1985 in Fife Scotland was, having looked back in recent times a hotspot for UFO sightings which does sway me in the direction of a genuine sighting more than a hallucination, in fact that Cigar was apparently seen quite frequently to such extent the region not far from where I lived is known as the triangle or something for its spate of sightings.

If it wasnt a hallucination then it was an alien technology, nothing on earth, especially not in 85 can glide in pure silence 15-20 meters off the ground and then shoot off into the skyline like a bolt from the blue without so much as a whine. At least if they have such a craft the government have done a great job in keeping it quiet for 23 years!!



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 06:56 PM
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Originally posted by franspeakfree
I hadn't thought of that, you mean some form of technology that creates energy around it thus blurring it from vision.


Precisely and its not as advanced as you may think... we are using plasma actuators on our own triangular craft already... can't tell you too much as it involves stealth technology.

But the effect is blurry by day, glowing by night... the amount of blur or glow proportional to the power output. Herman Oberth discusses 'electric spaceships' in 1920's and Tesla already has it figured out earlier than that.



But what about the video footage of UFO'S not all of them are blury to the naked eye. Only when you zoom in on them, Take the photo above for instance.


In my research if its clear and sharp it goes in the 'most likely fake department' Not that its not worth a second look, but it will most likely be a fake..

You will notice also that the fuzzy ones have more witnesses than the clear ones...


It is also my opinion that 80% of what people report as UFO's (meaning Alien Spacecraft) are in reality plasma based lifeforms... energy 'jellyfish' as it were. The famous Tallahasse UFO video in my opinion is showing one literally giving birth. You can see the white one changing shape... you can see a red glow INSIDE the white one and it moves around... at the end of the video there are now two objects... the first one not glowing anymore , the second buzzing around playfully.

These also appear fuzzy and glowing because they are literally living organisms... NASA knows about them and has filmed them, the most famous is STS 80 where they zoom in on it. They exist on the edge of the visible spectrum but can be seen clearly in Infrared... (Like in the STS footage)... they become more visible near an energy source like a thunderstorm...

My estimate is 80% 'critters', 15% ours (ALL the triangles are ours... this is a HUMAN design) and 5% are the 'visitors'

This is why there are no massive amounts of proof... as only a handful of craft are Alien... The military ones are covered quickly and the critters, being energy... leave no known trace...





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posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:09 PM
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My estimate is 80% 'critters', 15% ours (ALL the triangles are ours... this is a HUMAN design) and 5% are the 'visitors'


Very good hypothesis Zorgon.. star.


Not to wander too far away from the OP, but here is is an excellent article written on "the critters" if anyone is interested.



posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 12:09 AM
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Awesome


That's one I didn't have yet... thanks

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posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 12:23 AM
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Shortly? Because:

- ..fanatic believers don't need photos "to know" they are there.

- ..believers don't have the gear/skill/time to get the shot done.

- ..sceptic believers aren't expecting anything to show up, show we aren't ready to take the shot.

- ..sceptics... well, that's a given.

- ..same for deniers.



posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 12:58 AM
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There is nothing wrong with the photographs, the camera captures what is presented before it. I imagine many of you are thinking, "I know a blurry picture when i see one." But, do you really? If you are attempting to photograph aliens and/or UFOs wouldn't you expect them to have the technology to jam your cameras? The US military has this technology now. The next time you come across a blurry picture look and see if you can find the feature that is creating the "blurry" effect.



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