Published: 3:19 PM 7/23/2012
Maui, Hawaii - 07-18-12
My friend who lives in Maui took this picture 2 days ago.
He said that he was taking multiple shots of the sunset and when he reviewed the pictures, he noticed the image on the left.
Have you ever seen anything similar?
He took about 20 shots at the time, and this is the only one that showed the image. He said that he never saw anything while shooting the pictures.
Furthermore, he said that many people have seen phenomena in that same location. People had described flying craft coming out of the ocean.
What's remarkable is its translucent structure; almost as if it is trying to camouflage around its environment.
Why isn't this ufo in the center of the frame? To me that says this object isnt important enough to the camera man for him to make it the main focus point of his pic.
Originally posted by Hecate666
The circle with the dot in is the viewfinder of the camera. You can have it anywhere depending on what you want sharp. However the white squiggles are interesting and can physically have nothing to do with the viewfinder.
So it is an interesting picture.
I am a professional photographer BTW and I know a viewfinder when I see one.
Originally posted by Druscilla
reply to post by Hecate666
I've had opportunity to shoot with everything from Diana, Brownie, Argus, Hasselblad, Leica, Mamiya, Flagship Canon, Flagship Nikon, Yashica, and many many other model cameras in film and digital, 35mm format and Medium format.
Not ever have I ever seen the viewfinder target reticle show up on the final print.
I have concern for doubt regarding your stated credentials as a professional photographer.
edit on 27-7-2012 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)