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The first photo is the well known WCUFO. My own dissection details, point out the numerous tell tale signs of something that has clearly come to the
examiners conclusions also. People who do not look for these signs will never find them but merely judge upon their poor knowledge of what they
effectively would need to possess to pin point certain aspects of the photograph. If people are clueless as to what perspective etc is about then they
should first go out and take numerous pictures and study them for their wide ranging perspectives of light, shadow, gradient, distance, depths, focus
and layout of the land. Without this, people who see these pictures are clueless.
People call this WCUFO a model, but without reasons why. They try and match these things up with car parts, bin lids, metal spherical balls etc. But
the one thing they do not do, is build the scene. Anyone can build a model ship and hang it from some string on a rod, but what no one can do, is
create the scene. In order to re-create Meier's photos, the fundamental aspects have to match. These things are what real life scenery bring to an
image that is unmistakable. everything that involves, light, dark, shadow, reflection, depth, perspective, gradient and the areas where light leaks
and bounce around.
The greater the size of an object, the more light can play and bounce around in it, but creates a bigger shadow on the ground. The smaller the object,
less light bounces around but causes a smaller shadow, because it does not shield light the same way as a large object. Like a cloud drifting cross
the land, creates a large shadow, but a glider flying in the same direction would hardly be noticed.
Now. There is a rule of light that always determines how you find the true direction and distancing of an image. Artists study this thoroughly before
they begin a painting or any media. I myself am an artist, and i know how gradients make up a picture, by distance and size of an object. Because of
the gradients, shadows and light sources reflecting on the object and those it blocks and places on the land as shadows blocking the light source, it
must by logic be scaled down so the image appears on the canvas to be real. Therefore, in order to make an image appear as 3 dimensional as the image
in reality, the gradients must be copied but to scale.
The other rule is this. You do not need to scale down an image when the image is already small, because a small objects gradient adjusts the eyes lens
tells the brain. Any artist studies the land and the structures within it, they see that the shadows of things closer to the image are different to
the ones further away. So are the gradients and the shadows they cast. This gives true depth!
One thing that is true for everything. Nothing can be cheated because light tells you everything and the shadows they cast tell you even more. The
reason why the Plejaran ensured Billy took these photos next to trees etc, was to establish that the light and shadows of every structure in the
picture, would correspond to true perspectives. This, when studied, shows that when the light hitting the structures is further calculated to where
the shadows of other structures cast, you see that these could never be taken from small structures in the foreground, because the shadows would not
correspond to those structures far away. The ships etc in Billy's photos match the light source and the shadows of the structures from far away.
This is what people who call these all models cannot understand. People who made the models on their youtube channels did fine jobs with their models,
but as you see in every single one of them, their gradients of light and dark and almost nonexistent. The bigger an object the more it has to bend
light because the light has to travel further to fill it. Therefore the gradient of the object possess more shadow. This works in the same way if you
place a model tree next to a real one. The light fills it very quickly and casts very miniscule shadows. But against a real tree, light cannot find
areas that are blocked out by the large structure of the tree itself, therefore light only finds a small percentage of the tree from the direction
light is striking it from, and the other side remains in near darkness.
You don't find this unmistakable truth in models and when the ships are studied you find gradients that correspond to large structures, because it
takes longer for the darkness to reach light. With small models, the light easily finds 95% of the structure.
With a large reflective structure, it also find more of the horizon/background. like a large mirror vs a small one. Therefore a small structure in the
foreground, never fits into a natural background.