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11/08/2005 10:28:20 PM · #1
I was recently out taking pictures(after dark) of the crash site where four of my friends died, I love the way night time pictures look, but every time I try and take the pictures i get these weird dots in the picture, they look sorta like bubbles, I thought something was wrong with my digital camera, so I tried it with film.... still getting them. they are perfect spheres... what am i doing to cause this, how do I fix it??? HELP
11/08/2005 10:29:46 PM · #2
Originally posted by Felodese:

I was recently out taking pictures(after dark) of the crash site where four of my friends died, I love the way night time pictures look, but every time I try and take the pictures i get these weird dots in the picture, they look sorta like bubbles, I thought something was wrong with my digital camera, so I tried it with film.... still getting them. they are perfect spheres... what am i doing to cause this, how do I fix it??? HELP


post an example...
11/08/2005 10:30:38 PM · #3
sensor dust?
11/08/2005 10:35:45 PM · #4
i am unable to post an example.. I'm not at home, and my boyfriends computer and my camera do not like each other.
11/08/2005 11:36:20 PM · #5
People that believe in paranormal activity would call them orb's. People that don't believe in paranormal activity would call them anything from sensor dust to reflections or lights.

The only way to tell whether it's paranormal or not an example would have to be posted (preferably original size) and then after studding the photograph and asking you a few questions most of the time a conclusion can be drawn.

I would say that out of all photographs with these spots 99% can be explained and only 1% can't. Just my 2 cents.
11/08/2005 11:40:32 PM · #6
Originally posted by Felodese:

i am unable to post an example.. I'm not at home, and my boyfriends computer and my camera do not like each other.


Sounds like he needs a card reader.

As far as the spots go, I doubt that it's sensor dust since you're not using an SLR.

Are there any light sources near the spots that could be creating flare?
Anyway, I'm only guessing without seeing an example.
11/08/2005 11:43:40 PM · #7
two diff cameras, orbs in the pictures, crash site = ghosts.
11/08/2005 11:50:53 PM · #8
if you are using a flash is there anything that can reflect the light from the flash? if so this is probablly the problem

James
11/08/2005 11:52:12 PM · #9
Is the crash site anywhere near Area 51?

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