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Originally posted by yuefo
reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
No, the glass or cup is in between the beer cans. And the more I look at it, the more I think it could be Aladdin. If it is Aladdin, then the photo was taken no later than 1992, when the film came out.
I'd forgotten all about the UFO!!!!!
Originally posted by tauristercus
In my opinion, I think we're looking at an attempt at Photoshopping of the original image.
In the image below, I've enlarged and inverted the relevant section of the original image and it's immediately clear that the background of the "artifact" is completely inconsistent with the background of the remainder of the sky that the image is located in.
Additionally, you can immediately see that the background of the artifact (and the smaller associated artifacts) is clearly square/rectangular as if a cut/paste operation has been performed. There is an obvious border effect around the main (and smaller) artifact that is inconsistent with it being a part of the original background sky texture and clearly seperates the artifact background from the remainder sky background.
Good try ... but not good enough !
Originally posted by gambon
sry , I read that just after I had posted , It really amazes me that this comes up every time someone posts a jpeg or any compressed image.Starred your explanation.
imo posting compressed images is just pointless titillation. Virtually Nothing can be analysed in them other than general look and feel.
May I ask what photo paper the photo is printed on and any image of the printers paper marks on the rear of the picture?