Lightning storm photos with weird anomallies

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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 5:59 am » by Djchuck

If anyone has an idea on how to debunk these pictures I would appreciate it.
I have posted them to this site. Shots/Pics.html


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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 6:01 am » by Realorfake

repost the link...that one's no good..
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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 6:08 am » by Lowsix

I grabbed all the images and stacked them and turned them on and off one at a time.

What you are seeing is the camera defaulting to its most light sensitive setting ISO 400..
and the red dots are what are called dead or hot pixels.

They are single pixel areas on the cameras light sensor that are either turned off by manufacturing defect or age..

The red dots appear in exactly the same spots for all frames, so that is the cause.
I hvae them even in a very expensive work camera, and my Nikon D200

They generally only show up on black backgrounds..and is comepletely normal, although I will say you have a good number of them.

Cool lightning pics, NOTORIOUSLY hard to do with a camera like yours..
so congrats on that!

I copied andpasted the link and it worked fine.
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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 7:07 am » by Djchuck

What about the shutter speed? I can't understand how the light forms these long lines.
If the shutter speed is not blurring everything how is it possible that one spot in the frame is so
time lapse appearing?
Thanks for your help.

Look at some of these
The close up crops are at this link

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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 7:17 am » by Djchuck

I understand what you are saying about the spots being in on place on all frames. It's not those spots that I am refering to. It's what else is going on in the frames. There are faces everywhere,
dragon looking things, the thing that looks like a green smudge has several faces in it and it is a very small part of the frame. How can these areas be so focused when enlarged so much?

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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 3:21 pm » by Blaborde1488


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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 3:35 pm » by Ducky

One thing that came to mind was lightning Sprites
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PostThu Jul 16, 2009 3:42 pm » by Mep630

I would think a hoax....

that is just an open shutter with people moving lights around. The smoke one looks like lowsix blowing out a bonghit. (hehe j/k low dont go ape)

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PostMon Aug 03, 2009 2:23 pm » by Johnyeo

I think that today, because of many photo techniques, it's difficult to be trusted.
Also if you make a portrait of Dracula or Zombies.

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PostMon Aug 03, 2009 2:59 pm » by Avimoas

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