posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 06:02 PM
Originally posted by easynow
reply to post by free_spirit
if there is some type of line and it doesn't show up in the photo the embossing will not show it either.
so you can't say for sure there is no line holding the object up.
i could be wrong ?
[edit on 2-1-2009 by easynow]
That's simple. If you check the still frame not embossed you see the white dots in a
diagonal position not vertical. If this was a model it's weight could not allow the line
to remain in a diagonal position right? would have remained vertical all the time
wich indicate these are flares on the camera's lens.
I have to disagree with you about the embossed test. It's been proved many times the
emboss test reveals any fishing line, wire, invisible plastic line etc. sustaining any
model in photos and videos. Most debunkers always present embossed images to
sustain a photo is a fake by showing alleged lines.
Recently there were some that tried to debunk the famous Rex Heflin UFO photos by
claiming new advanced computarized analysis revealed a thin line in the polaroid
photos and they presented embossed images to sustain their theory. Of course they
failed in their allegation as it was proven they manipulated the analysis results but the
point here is that a good emboss test to an image may reveal important issues
regarding the posibility of a hoax.
Of course the emboss test could fail at certain point but to date it has proven to
be accurate enough.