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originally posted by: Direne
a reply to: TrulyColorBlind
lol! I certainly did. My words were honest. No sarcasm. That's why I said you did well in showing the OP how to obtain similar pics as the ones he misses,
I hope this makes clear you simply over-reacted. Now, tell me, is it because in these forums one never expects the other posters to be sincere? What made you think my words were sarcastic?
I'm deeply sad how irrationally defensive social media turns people. Yet, I forgive you for your mistake.
originally posted by: TrulyColorBlind
a reply to: Ophiuchus1
Is this what you mean?
I took that in 1977, with a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera. I have always been interested in U.F.O. pictures and wondered how many of them were real and how many were fake. So I hit upon the idea that the only way to be able to spot the fake ones was to try to replicate the process myself. I got pretty good at figuring out how to spot fake ones; used a lot of different techniques, too. The above shot is what I call the classic "Pie Pan" shot. It's just some sort of round item or plate-type object thrown into the sky and photographed. This happens to be an actual pie pan.
Edit to add:
This was one I shot in 1978 and it resembles the very first one in the OP:
It happens to be another one of my classic "Pie Pan" shots.
ARTICLE: Mysterious radio signals are coming from the centre of the Milky Way
Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline 5 hrs ago...10/12/2021 11:20am EASTERN
'So while we don’t know exactly what is causing them, we are confident it is a natural, astronomical source.'
originally posted by: ArMaP
a reply to: Kocag
I doubt that makes a difference, as the more recent "old style" cameras were also electronic, only the image capturing method wasn't.
originally posted by: kangawoo
These early photographs are fake, or at least a very large percentage are.
On a side note due to my own experience, I believe there are many different craft (or what ever they are) and they may not all be here at the same time. Maybe some have come and gone, or maybe they visit at random times.