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Image credit: © steven b

Uploader comment: I was trying to do a backbend at my girlfriend's house. A strange flash appears near the radio cabinet. Ther is also a small orb next to *my left* elbow.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by robrampage on 20 April, 2006, 9:16
flash exposure on a digi camera. Airborne particulate close to camera, and reflection from glass expected.
Comment icon #9 Posted by jonb on 30 April, 2006, 7:05
oh my god. flash is light, light reflects. your cabinet is plasticy, reflective, flash hits cabinet, reflects.
Comment icon #8 Posted by steven b on 2 May, 2006, 4:00
oh my God. flash is light, light reflects. no flash on the camera because the overhead lights were on.* ooh... i bet you feel smart..
Comment icon #7 Posted by jonb on 2 May, 2006, 7:48
flash deffo used
Comment icon #6 Posted by steven b on 3 May, 2006, 1:48
pardon me, but you weren't there, and keep in mind whose picture was taken...oh and by the way, deffo is not a word, so spell out what you mean next time....
Comment icon #5 Posted by jonb on 6 May, 2006, 5:45
no i wasnt there but i can analyse photos. there is a small shadow cast which is most visable to your right side of your left leg caused by flash, let me guess the flash is positioned to the left of the lens (looking at it face on) and the area of the wall and to the back and left of the room is not as well lit as the foreground because of flash fall off. also the reflection from the glass part of the cabinet casts a shadow on the camoflaged object. so flash Definately used, sorry
Comment icon #4 Posted by rubberduckytat on 11 May, 2006, 14:44
wow kurt you seem way too defensive about people saying what they think about the picture. you've posted it on a site that allows comments. next time donít post a picture if you are too immature to have it picked apart
Comment icon #3 Posted by steven b on 20 May, 2006, 20:38
hmm...analyze, visible, camouflaged, and definitely, sorry
Comment icon #2 Posted by jonb on 23 May, 2006, 5:16
so you cant add anything more than spellcheck? ok
Comment icon #1 Posted by octoberwolf on 27 May, 2006, 8:16
Ok let me break down my opinion of this. Flash used? No. If you look at the right edge of the photo, you can see a shadow of the person taking the photo. Follow that up to the glass where you'll see a reflection of a face with a camera over it. If the flash had gone off, it would be obvious in the reflection. Paranormal photo? Definately not.


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