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ok so............what's with the foggy light spot. It's not sunlight it was pouring rain outside. HMMMMMMMMMMMM.

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Posted by Drummerboy 1/11/2004 12:00 AM | remove
  kinda scary, maybe a spirit, seems to be a logical its in the middle of the picture, so even if it was sunny its not in the right spot for glare...and it wouldn't be green...or would it
Posted by Slickis 1/11/2004 2:07 AM | remove
  I bet if someone shot many random pictures in this gym they would get quite a few that had ecto or "spirit energy".
Posted by manitou 1/19/2004 10:09 AM | remove
  I don't think it's a ghost

Posted by manitou 1/19/2004 10:10 AM | remove
  Do you think it's a ghost? My friend, Erica, doesn't think it is a ghost. She thinks it is bad picture developing and people with too much there! That's what she says. WHAT DO YOU THINK!?!?!?!?
Posted by the_big_one 1/19/2004 1:15 PM | remove
Posted by Slickis 1/19/2004 8:34 PM | remove
  Erica is in denial.
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 1/21/2004 5:43 PM | remove
  its definitely god.
Posted by Megs 2/10/2004 1:13 AM | remove
  i KNOW that these pictures were developed proffesionally and that if it was "bad picture developing" then others would've had such supposed "flaws" as well. you tell that to Erica
Posted by Abstract 2/10/2004 1:24 AM | remove
  Megs, then you know nothing about the 'professional' photo development process
Posted by The Hitman's Daughter 3/14/2004 12:00 AM | remove
  It's the second coming of Christ, duh.
Posted by Megs 3/28/2004 2:03 AM | remove
  Well I don't claim to nor do I care to
Posted by sheps 3/31/2004 9:38 PM | remove
  Pouring Rain? It's likely humidity condensing on the lens then.
Posted by Sniper 4/5/2004 7:36 PM | remove
  Uhh, were you using a regular Analog or digital?
Posted by Megs 4/8/2004 2:39 AM | remove
Posted by That Guy Ty 4/14/2004 1:36 AM | remove
  It's not actually a orb or spot... if you look closely it's a spirit flying right towards the camera from the second level (you can see it's trail)... and I always figured ghosts were camera shy...
Posted by Megs 4/17/2004 3:17 AM | remove
  Buddy, are you being sarcastic or just a nut job on acid or e?
Posted by Raider 4/17/2004 4:13 AM | remove
  Very sarcastic...
Posted by That Guy Ty 4/19/2004 2:03 PM | remove
  Thx for the supprt R@!d... Nut jobs on acid are actually much better at the sarcasim than I am.
Posted by maZe 6/1/2004 7:23 PM | remove
  On analog cams, this (and orbs and the other stuff that you got on your pics) happen when the light on the film is not the same on all part of the image. It's a common thing on analog, basic cams.
Because you had light coming from the back of the pic (the two windows left and right) the center of it was "underexposed" on the film according to the rest of the pic. Your cam tried to correct it automatically, creating those things.
Posted by Megs 6/2/2004 12:38 AM | remove
  thank you, I knew there had to be a logical explaination, what about the very first picture though? Is there an explaination for that?
Posted by Megs 6/2/2004 12:39 AM | remove
  wait a sec actually, it was a completely overcast day, just remembered
Posted by maZe 6/2/2004 5:48 PM | remove
  Megs, it does'nt matter if it's sunny or not, it's just the level of light that is not the same. Even on rainy days, natural sunlight and interior light (well, the level of each of these two) are differents. This is one of the biggest misconception about how to take great pics, the grey-ish, almost rainy days make the best pics. =)

Posted by maZe 6/2/2004 5:53 PM | remove
  For your first pic, it's the same phenomenon. If you look closely, there is more sunshine coming from the windows on the left then the one of the right (taking from granted you took those pics on the pm, it means that the picture is facing North, West being on the left and East on the right side of the pic).

So, because there is more sunshine on the left (west side), the cam automatically compensated by "underexposing" the part of the pic that is right next to those windows, causing then that white thing, simply because it's the result of underexposition to light...
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