posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 12:33 PM
For what it's worth I am
a Photoshop expert and my analysis of fakery follows below:
Here is the craft in question blown up to show the light structures. I was looking for any evidence of airbrushing, which I thought I saw at first.
The reason I thought it may have been airbrushed is because when airbrushing you get the similar outlines on the circles, like the photo has.
However, I wasn't able to replicate the "squiggly" like circles that the craft in question has for it's lights. Yes, I could have easily made a custom
brush for each of the three lights and adjusted some of the feathering and brush mode styles, but I didn't have time for that. So I decided to dig
down some more and see what an airplane flying at night would look like with it's lights turned on and blown up to roughly the same size as this
Source for airplane flying at night
And here is the airplane again with only two of the center lights blown up to match more closely to the triangle craft.
As you can see, the airplane lights (which we can all agree is an actual airplane by visiting the source link) and the triangle craft with the three
colored lights have their light structures match up exactly. It seems to be that both have somewhat of a square shape around their lights, the
squiggly-ish circles that form the lights, and the little black border around the lights. For all intents and purposes, this photo has not been
. I've been working with Photoshop, professionally, for almost a decade and know the tricks to photo editing.
Does that mean this is a genuine UFO sighting? Probably not. I'm willing to guess that it's one of those RC planes with LED lights on it.
Also to elevenaugust's, point: Yes this photo has been edited, but the only form of editing has been cropping down the size of the photo.
on 28-6-2012 by duhdiggitydan because: (no reason given)