Hi there, this is my first post, so hi to all.
I took these pictures a while ago and only really thought of them again when I started reading ATS. Didn't really feel the need to report it as it
could be nothing. I first saw this orange light in the sky driving down the stretch of motorway between my girlfreinds house and mine. You face the
sea from a slightly elevated distant viewpoint, so I could tell it was probably over the sea ( The solent, Southcoast of England ) So I got home and
decided to go to the beach with my old housemates digital SLR and a descent tripod and a remote release, to see if I could get some pictures of it.
So it was a case of fingers crossed and hope to grab something of what I was seeing. I got home and uploaded the images. Thought, cool, and left it
at that. Since being on ATS its become aparent that this is quite a good place to get all sorts of ideas / opinions of this sort of stuff.
I've spent a few years looking on the net about UFO's, some seperate cases, youtube vids, UFO reporting websites etc. I'm still not sure what to think
about it all. There seems to be overwhelming proof from some very secure sources that strange things are afoot, but my logical mind puts doubts and
points out that there are equally likely explanations for nearly if not all UFO sightings.
Overall I tend to lean towards, aliens really are visiting earth today and probably have been in some degree for centuries. But I'm still a strong
sceptic about it too. So anyway, I just wanted to give you a bit of background to put this all in context.
I want there to be UFO's flying about, so I could quite easily be reading too much into this. But recently I've been playing around with the images
in photoshop, I use it every day and have been for the past 12 years for a living, so I can quite easily fake anything you can / have / could see
photowise of ufo's. I Do mainly 3D work, which involves a lot of 3d modelling and image manipulation, so I can fake a descent UFO photo fairly
I can assure you that there is no manipulation of the image here, except for pushing the exposure levels and overlaying the photos to make the
animated gif images you see here.
Personally I noticed the black triangles behind them straight away, as I was adjusting them. I wasn't looking for triangles, just curious to see if
there was anything to see when I upped the exposure levels. So I was a bit taken aback when I saw these 2 triangle silhouettes.
Curious to know what other people think. Just to note, It wasn't a lantern. It was way too big, way too bright. I've let off lanterns a few times at
parties so I know all about them.
Just as a wild stab in the dark, I'd imagine the light to be about 500 - 700 metres in front of me off the
First Pic Adjusted
Second Pic Adjusted
And Third Pic, this time with a slower shutterspeed, Its definately showing movement, and the lights / boats on the horizon show that the object is
moving, not the camera ( tripod + Remote ) Sounds stupid me saying, but pan the photo over to the right if you can't see the blurred light
What do you peeps reckon ?
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