The case of the disappearing photos.
It used to happen from time to time - now it's happening a lot more often. After posting my photos in here which I have hosted for years on Fotki dot com, the urls change causing my blog to have many blank placeholders.
This is not meant to be a rant - just letting people know why there are so many missing photos.
Unfortunately, I can't take the time to keep fixing the links.
Enjoy what's left. Thank you.

Monday, March 1, 2010

What is it? * * * * Updated March 28, 2010 * * * *

From the 3/1/2009 folder of the Fujifilm camera, although it was taken 2/28/2009. I posted this a year ago, never got any kind of response to it. To post it today I decided to desaturate it and that's when the swirling "contrail" showed up, which has me totally baffled as to what it could be if not something paranormal. More info on the photo at the link above.

Day*60

Update:
I was able to re-create this using the same camera in the same place. Using Night Snapshot or a similarly named setting on your digital camera... when you take the picture and the flash fires, it is NOT done taking the picture. In this setting, the camera fires a flash to light up your subject, such as your friend you are photographing, then it exposes a little longer to 'light up' the background. Usually after the flash, we lower the camera, as the picture has been taken. However, when we do that in night snapshot mode, any point of light now moves across the frame while the pic is still being taken. That's what caused this picture. Here are some of the ones I took purposely to recreate this effect:

http://images29.fotki.com/v1017/photos/0/1016150/8321368/DSCF6270b-vi.jpg
http://images112.fotki.com/v189/photos/0/1016150/8321368/DSCF6270bw-vi.jpg
http://images9.fotki.com/v448/photos/0/1016150/8321368/DSCF6274b-vi.jpg
http://images9.fotki.com/v448/photos/0/1016150/8321368/DSCF6275b-vi.jpg

Not paranormal after all, unfortunately.

3 comments:

Delunalore said...

My belief: a projection of light energy.

the bead like image is the statement of such projection... (Jung association) the umbilical is attached to the baby and the baby is the image captured through the lens.

Jay said...

Very interesting photo!

Wayne said...

Thanks for the comments. See the update!