reply to post by spleenika
Now if you have a REAL interest in a subject you tend to look at it closely I joined this site because I was told I would see real proof of ufo's and
would see pictures and video/film I had not seen before.
Dont get me wrong I am a sceptic BUT I do believe out there somewhere there is life does it visit here I don't think so.
Now when I see pictures/video on here I look for things for me that don't add up now as photography has been a hobby of mine for 30+ yrs, I look for
clues /stuff that doesn't add up with what the thread/video/maker/photogrpher claims.
Most people now have either camera phones /digital still/video cameras.
Whats good about the digital age is exif data is stored with the digital image so you can get the camera/focal length/shutter speed/aperture/iso film
speed/time date and if the camera has it gps data.
Also if you look at pictures from ufo sites on the net sent in by their members they edit the pictures and the exif data is not kept I wonder
Now look at the video were the location was and the direction the camera was facing the video makers claim of these objects being a mile high are
The aviation expert (he better stick to that) says he cant identify the objects, correct they are to out of focus he claims no aicraft he knows can
fly like that at those speeeds WRONG!!! as he has NO idea of the size of the objects or the distance he CAN'T work out a speed it's impossible! LOTS
of members on here do that and make outrageous claims for speed and height when to have nothing to judge it against.
As for the video makers claim of a thuster being fired that could just as easily been a reflection of light from the object.
Now how can you claim this is the best ufo video from recent memory and then say this.
Originally posted by spleenika
I personally don't care much whether the video is authentic or not.
Thats a strange comment to make!
You made your 3 comments on your first post, I made three comments about your comments NOTHING else you were the one that got on your high horse
about it !
As you may have seen from other posts there is evidence that these are just bugs and just to show you what can happen if you dont have the info about
the equipment used have a look here.
This is a picture of a small statue in front of a church
Here shot from a few feet further away using a longer focal length lens to keep the statue approximately the same size in the frame.
Now do you think the church is still the same distance from the statute or did it move closer when the photgrapher was changing lenses.
That's why you need as much info as possible !!!
edit on 10-11-2012 by wmd_2008 because: (no reason given)