posted on Apr, 7 2010 @ 01:19 AM
Originally posted by CYRAX
something was there
As ArMaP and Internos said, perhaps something was there and perhaps you photographed in that direction, but unfortunately what we see in the photos
isn't something in the sky, but rather it's a photographic artifact, perhaps a fiber:
Originally posted by ArMaP
What may have happened (although not very likely) is that the camera tried to focus on the small object (that looks like a hair or some fibre) on the
lens, but as this is beyond the capabilities of the camera the small object remained out of focus. The problem is that everything else was also out of
focus, so even if the object you saw was visible on the photos it may have turned out so out of focus that its not even noticeable.
That's as good an explanation as any regarding why the object might not have showed up in the photos.
Even if what you saw was a solar balloon, I don't think we are seeing a solar balloon in the photos, because it doesn't move. The solar balloon
would likely move and the camera apparently moved, so either or both of those motions would show up yet the photos show no movement.
If your camera has a focus adjustment, my advice would be to set it to infinity, and NOT use autofocus for UFO photos.