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Utah UFO Investigative Team(photos)

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posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 06:02 AM
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I was searching on the net for some "evidence" of UFOs in utah, and stumbled onto this website. It seems to be legit, and some of the photos seem to me pretty stunning. Thought that everyone else would like to check it out for themselves. Let me know what you think.

UUFOH website




posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 06:45 AM
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The photo's vary in quality and believability. Some are fake, some look like bugs close to the camera, perhaps some birds, satellites and some unexplainables. However, that's at a cursory glance.

I'm sure most have been spoken about here on the forum before.

IRM



posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 06:46 AM
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On a truly foggy night I know how I'd fake this one:

www.aliendave.com...

With that camera, lens, and film, I'd set the camera tripod low down, camera angled 45 degrees towards the ground, behind a small tree stub (< .5m/1.64ft) or the tip of a tree that had been broken. Preferably a small conifer that had been snapped, set the aperture to a fairly large aperture (< f/5.6) which would give shallow depth of field. I'd set the focus on the foreground subject (conifer), and park my car about 15m in front of it, and angle it so that the main beam of the headlights aren't pointing directly at the stub (hello asymmetry!). Then I'd turn on the fog lights and headlights. I'd then take a fairly quick shot for a night exposure to make sure I picked up the fog and the lights but no other point of reference other than the silhouette of the tree stub. Voilà - lights in the sky. May even be able to do it hand held and relying on the cameras metering. Even better would be to park the car on a patch of land above the stub, provided you could control the amount of sky in frame - 28mm is quite wide - too much black sky would ruin the aesthetic. Other sources of light are fine too. If I could find some aliens to help maybe they could stand there with torches.

I don't know if it was faked. The accompanying info about the area sounds like BS:


This area is of great importance, not only to the one's that know of it , but to the one's that control and use it, this is one of many places on Earth that is some kind of a Natural Doorway or Portal, for THEM, and is a place that is reserved for the Prepared, the Awake, and the called upon


So I lean towards fake. I suspect the location was hidden because it would give away the photo. The photo was taken with quite a capable enthusiast camera.

If such a location existed there are plenty of people on places like ATS that the photographer could ask for help gathering evidence. But the location is secret. Ultimately people can make up their own mind.

[edit on 1-3-2009 by jackphotohobby]



posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 07:08 AM
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I figured that most(if not all) were fakes, I just found them pretty interesting. The one that I found Most interesting was the Provo Canyon photo.

Provo Canyon UFO





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