posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 03:48 AM
Here's the direct link
to the MUFON photo, with the description:
I was at wl park doing basketball around 11 am when 2 pool cleaners screamed hey look, I looked at what they were looking at and saw a silver
frisbee object. The one guy said he watched it shoot backwards then stay still and thats when he screamed for his friend to look which is when it got
my attn. I ran over and they tried to take pics and there cellphones werent working so I ran back and got my camera that was in the truck. I just got
back to a clearing by them when I zoomed in and took a picture, a second later it was gone it disappeared as if you stomped on a soda can to flatten
it. After me and the pool cleaners talked about what we just saw and the picture on my camera wouldnt show up. When I putt the sd card in my computer
when I got home it was there. Ive been scared to come forward because of gov and other people. Id like for someone to give me an answer Ive been
having bad headaches and trouble sleeping at night since. I also noticed black helicopters in the air that day. All I know is that what me and the 2
others saw WAS NOT of this planet. If anyone wants too meet up and see the sd card with the original picture and pictures before and after please let
The EXIF data:
...with no useful technical data (camera model, ISO, shutter speed, etc...) .... we can however say that:
- It's a PNG file, which is very unusual as the output file extend is usually JPEG. So the original JPEG file was very likely re-saved in PNG
- 24Kb is a very light weight for a photo
- The "deflate/inflate" tag compression is classic for a PNG file
If anyone wants too meet up and see the sd card with the original picture and pictures before and after please let me know.
Yes, please do!
Originally posted by Shdak
I call fake, pixels of background do not match object in photo... I could be wrong, but I'm going to stick with what I see.
What you see are only 8x8 squares artifacts created from the JPEG compression
, which is a
Those who use the World Wide Web may be familiar with the irregularities known as compression artifacts that appear in JPEG images, which may take
the form of noise around contrasting edges (especially curves and corners), or blocky images, commonly known as 'jaggies'. These are due to the
quantization step of the JPEG algorithm. They are especially noticeable around sharp corners between contrasting colors (text is a good example as it
contains many such corners). The analogous artifacts in MPEG video are referred to as mosquito noise, as the resulting "edge busyness" and spurious
dots, which change over time, resemble mosquitoes swarming around the object.
These artifacts can be reduced by choosing a lower level of compression; they may be eliminated by saving an image using a lossless file format,
though for photographic images this will usually result in a larger file size. The images created with ray-tracing programs have noticeable blocky
shapes on the terrain. Certain low-intensity compression artifacts might be acceptable when simply viewing the images, but can be emphasized if the
image is subsequently processed, usually resulting in unacceptable quality.....
These are especially visible in low/medium JPEG formats, and at the objects edges and/or in contrast to a uniform background:
Playing with PS with such low-resolution pictures result most of the time to accentuate these JPEG artifacts and even create some that do not
Visible block structure and halos around edges are usually referred to as JPEG artifacts. Let's zoom in our example to see them better. From left to
right, a crop from the original, JPEG Q80 and JPEG Q30 images. I marked artifacts in green (circles for halos, and dots for 8x8 blocks):
Originally posted by intrptr
I am wondering why the bottom of the craft is not completely in shadow then?
The lit up bottom would have to be caused by a bright reflection from the ground (or water maybe).
Yes! And the material of which this 'ufo' is made of have to be taken into account as well. Could very well be a shiny polish metallic surface like
this hubcap for example: