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Pictures of Orbs

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posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 08:00 AM
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I never gave photo orbs much thought until about the time we lost two members of the family to cancer. It was then when I began taking note of their locations and behaviors. I've experimented with shutter speeds and various lighting filters, which in turn produced some fairly striking details in the resulting images.

For this comment, I am including a sample/crop of a shot I took on the evening of 30 December, 2011 as we were out on the back porch shooting a game of pool. The orb locations were the first thing to catch my eye. Their coloring was also a first... I had never seen them in quite this shade of blue before.



The camera was a 16megapixel IG 500X.

I have my own beliefs regarding what some, not all, orbs are... but will hold that for another time. Just thought I'd share a crop from the picture in question.




posted on Apr, 27 2012 @ 11:44 PM
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I came to this website because I took photos and noticed some had orbs. I took my photos in the day without a flash indoors. I wonder why the orbs appear in only 5 photos out of 20? If dust was on my lense, wouldn't the orbs be in each photo? Your photo does look somewhat similar to my photos. Hmmm, I will start paying attention from now on when taking photos.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 12:23 AM
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Originally posted by nyk537
Definitely just dust.

Although the last one looks like a close-up picture of a cell straight out of a biology book.


With a face in it.

Not to mention that in the other photos there is a blue one, and a multicolored. The blue one has nice face in it. The last one looks more reptilian.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 12:23 AM
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The talc powder has no faces in them.

So to me, that proved the point.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 12:25 AM
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The resolution won't show up very good in the resizing needed for the forums, but you will be able to see clearly the face better, even if it won't be as clear in smaller form.

But if you open the picture with the Gimp program say, or photoshp.

And then using the right size brush use dodge funciton for any darker onces, or burn for the lighter ones, the face especially the eyes, will jump right out at you.



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