posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 10:13 PM
Originally posted by MsSmartypants
reply to post by dkman222
Personally I tend to be suspicious of UFO videos and photos that are too clear(AKA Billy Meiers photos). I've read that whatever energy system or
propulsion system they use causes photographs to look blurry.
[edit on 4/2/2009 by MsSmartypants]
That might be true, but in all actuality, from my experience with Photography and Videography, it can be extremely difficult to focus on a lone object
when your camera is not set to "Manual Focus". This is far more difficult even so when the Object of Attention is in the sky, which can quite easily
take away your ability to use other Lights and Objects as Focusing Frames of Reference.
As for Billy Meiers, it was so obvious with that "Wedding Cake" photograph that he snapped the image from ground level, aimed towards a level of
height at about 3-4 Feet AGL (Above Ground Level), of essentially a Trash Can Lid sized "Craft". Some fakes are far too easy to spot, and even
though many have an initial impression of this "O'Hare Craft" being secondly filmed from a Television Screen or CPU Monitor, it could in fact be
from a Cell Phone Camera. Regardless however, it does not negate the claim that he in fact took the Video to begin with.