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originally posted by: kurthall
a reply to: mtnshredder
Uh, I do not thing these are real, but CGI did not exist when these photos were taken LOL. CGI did not become a thing really until the 90's.
CGI in the 70's would look like Space Invaders.
The story says the original images were polaroids and if someone wanted to analyze this imagery the first thing to do would be to make some decent scans of the polaroids.
From the description of the craft making clunking noises and screeching and spewing smoke, it apparently sounded like it would have trouble making it to the nearest town, so I don't see how it could make it to another solar system.
Professionals did airbrushing among other things, for ecample the 1942 "Battle of Los Angeles" famous UFO photo was modified by the newspaper, I think using airbrushing or something like it. Amateurs used things like double exposures, or in the case of Meier stopping the camera, removing or placing objects, then starting the camera again. Some of his photographs used no trick photography, he would just hang models from a string and play with perspective, and in other cases the entire scene was apparently a miniature model.
originally posted by: mtnshredder
Ok thank's. I kinda figured as much after giving it some thought. I was using the term a little loosely. Would the correct term used back in the day be an 'overlay'?
Marcel's description of the Roswell debris field was a perfect match for a Mogul balloon, even his claim that it was no weather balloon would be correct as Mogul was maybe 100x larger. Only his characterization of the debris as "not from Earth" suggested otherwise but none of the actual description matched that conclusion.
originally posted by: 111DPKING111
If Roswell and Shag harbor are true, their equipment isnt immune to malfunction.
Marcel's description of the Roswell debris field was a perfect match for a Mogul balloon, even his claim that it was no weather balloon would be correct as Mogul was maybe 100x larger.
Flexy's post 2 posts before yours pretty much sums up Shag Harbor, probably a satellite crash.