poooooot wrote:lowsix wrote:yes.
Those are all examples of long time exposure photos.
The evidence is how light the foreground is.
If you take a photo with a shutter speed fast enough to
freeze an object in the sky, it will be completely black,
except for the brightest details. Always. Ther eis no camera
with enough light sensitivity to expose the sky at night with any
speed fast enough NOT to leave this telltale shuter drag.
So if there is a light NIGHT time sky, you'll know from now on. Fake.
(These are 4 to 8 second exposures at a minimum)
All of the examples of the Chinese UFOs are some version of that.
Optical Physics. And the long exposure gives it enough time to
make the sky lighter and the foreground detail to appear.
This photo shows the spacing between the flashing lights and the effects of shutter drag from the person keeping the shutter open long enough to expose the sky and blur the details that would normally give clue to its specific shape (airplane and in one case helicopter with search lights)
But alas, no alien ships here..just long exposures and very bright landing lights.
Oh wow, very informative. Thank you
K guys, this new craft spotted in Chicago last year is the exact same craft, only there is video of this one. Now what?
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poooooot wrote:K guys, this new craft spotted in Chicago last year is the exact same craft, only there is video of this one. Now what?
Looks like clouds being illuminated by the setting sun to me. Nothing more than that.
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