posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 10:09 PM
Originally posted by _Phoenix_
Originally posted by NightGypsy
reply to post by _Phoenix_
From the reactions, how it was set up and to how the camera somehow can focus on the fairy so well etc etc
What? You think it's fake because of "how the camera somehow can focus on the fairy so well?"
Whether or not this is a hoax, that statement makes no sense to me.
He's got a camera and (allegedly) gets a good video of something that is strange. How does that add up to fake?
We're usually plagued with grainy, blurry blobs that people post as alleged "aliens" or "ghosts" and we complain about that. Now were gonna
complain when the video is decent? LOL!
I felt that the fairy is too clear and detailed compared to the video quality suggesting cgi. I could be wrong.
The way the cameraman captures the fairy on camera is too easy, as if the fairy is posing for the camera lol.
Why did the cameraman stop running and turn around, only to stop the video. It seemed like the airy was chasing him? wtf would the fairy chase them?
and where did it go? Video's that tend to end like that are almost always fake.
And the way it moved screamed cgi animation, it was just too quick and stiff.
Also I study CG so I feel have a good eye to spot these things.
[edit on 31-8-2010 by _Phoenix_]
You don't have to go anywhere near critisising the acting for this.
Check out the brightness/aperture adjustment of the camera and then check the fairy.
I don't know what most of the agro is surrounding this to be honest. I saw the other thread on it ... You can ask skeptical persons to go more easy
on others etc ... or point out that VFX can fool people, but it doesn't change anything.
Some shots are easy to fake, some aren't, but really in this day and age what possible implementation do you have for this that's sinister?