posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 04:33 AM
@AGWskeptic: Is there a way to access to the original photo?
And where the comment "it only fell for a few seconds but was loud as hell like a plane a few hundred feet over you our standing on a deck of a
carrier" can be seen?
Anyway, here are two enhanced versions:
A quick look at the EXIF data shows that there's no camera model, no technical data.... which is not surprising at all, since we have to deal with a
non-original photo. A few more infos can be found in these EXIF anyway:
1: The "primary platform" EXIF tag represents the system used to add in the profile. Here, it's "Apple Computer", then the image was likely edited on
2: The "profile copyright" with the "FB" tag likely means that this picture originally came from Facebook.
3: Image size of 885x595 (which gives a 1.487 ratio, close to 1.5) clearly means that this is not an original photo, but most likely a resized version
of a bigger resolution picture with a format, for example, of 4752x3168 (1.5 ratio)...
The Y Cb Cr Sub-Sampling 4:2:0
is a lossy subsampling process as both 1/2 vertical
and horizontal resolution is lost in the process.
Anyway, it really looks like "an inverted" lamp with a crystal base... (crystal column lamp). Take this model for example, with a round base, and a
edit on 9-12-2012 by elevenaugust because: (no reason given)