posted on Jan, 15 2013 @ 07:57 AM
Originally posted by elevenaugust
1- The first one was submitted to me by Whitley Strieber some years ago:
It was resized by Strieber's team under Photoshop to fit within Unknow Country, as for the original photo, in spite of my several requests and
Strieber's promise to disclose it, I never received anything:
This is a great example of " painting with light " as I have shown in my images on page one. How it was done I do not know because I don't have
privy to how they done it. My first impression leads me to believe it is car headlights and the tracers going across the image are the side lights of
either the same car or perhaps a car just passing previous to this.
The fact they have not released the original says it all really. I would bet my camera the EXIF data would show a slow shutter speed for sure.
It has not been altered, and I believe we do have the original as it was created in the camera
Of course its not been altered and of course it was created in the original because it is the classic example of slow shutter speed at night.
with the description below:
The photograph was taken by a young woman known to a contributor to this website and is entirely authentic. The object remained on the ground for
only a few seconds. It was less than 200 yards from the witness. It made no sound and shot off into the sky at extreme speed.
Less than 200 yards? More like 20 feet away. The reason it stayed on the ground for a few seconds was just enough time for the camera's shutter to be
open to record the car going past
Looks like a long exposure shoot of some headlights, what do you think?
I completely agree
Could be just a plane (with the green and red lights on the wings [3 and 4 on the picture below]) view under certain circumstances that give to
it a strange aspect. I was especially thinking of the "long exposure" effect.
It could very well be a plane, in fact that's probably most likely what it is. My first impression was that off a ceiling lamp shade, you know those
ones that are round and almost flat?
The exposure time here was 1/4s and the flash did not fired. The original photo can be found
That was the 26th October 2010, 10.30PM and the little girl haven't noticed anything unusual while taking the shoot, except a very bright flash at
the exact moment of the shoot. There was no sound at the moment (but the window was closed).
I was wondering if a 1/4s exposure shoot would be enough to impress this way the ccd sensor and artificially create this (flat) triangular black
Shooting at 1/4s without the flash would blur any moving object at night so yes, I believe it would be the case here
Be safe be well